# Java Infix Calculator

What is Infix expression Infix notation is the common arithmetic and logical formula notation, in which operators are written infix-style between the operands they act on, as the examples below: 1+2 3+4 A fully parenthesized infix arithmetic expression is an infix arithmetic expression where every

# Java Postfix Calculator

What is Postfix expression Postfix is a expression of Arithmetic Expressions in which the operands are placed before their operators. There are no precedence rules, no parentheses needed. It's much easier for us to calculate Postfix Expression by using stack. Steps of Evaluating Postfix [^1] Push

# Java Stack Implementation

What is Stack Code Example of Stack import java.util.Iterator; import java.util.NoSuchElementException; import java.util.Scanner; class Stack&lt;Item&gt; implements Iterable&lt;Item&gt; { private int n; private Node first; private class Node { private Item item; private

# Evaluating Arithmetic Expressions

What is Infix, Postfix and prefix expression Infix express means that the operator is in between the two operands of what it is working on. Prefix expression notation requires that all operators precede the two operands that they work on. Postfix, on the other hand, requires that its operators come

# Java Implementation of Random Array Queue

Question 4.3.37 Random queue. A random array queue is a collection that supports the following API: Write a class RandomQueue that implements this API. Hint : Use a resizing array. To remove an item, swap one at a random position (indexed 0 through n-1) with the one at the last position (index n-1)

# Using Java Queue to Solve the Josephus Problem

Question 4.3.39 Josephus problem. In the Josephus problem from antiquity, n people are in dire straits and agree to the following strategy to reduce the population. They arrange themselves in a circle (at positions numbered from 0 to n 1) and proceed around the circle, eliminating every mth person