To design and implement a Java program that converts an infix expression to a postfix expression and then evaluates the postfix expression and prints out the result. We have all learned how to evaluate simple infix expressions that involve the basic binary operators: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Aug 08, 2017 · Infix expression is the most commonly used expression and we are all familiar with this. In Infix expression, the operator is between two operands, as in 1 + 2, or “5 + ((2 + 6) × 9) − 8”. In Postfix expression, also called as Reverse Polish Notation or postorder expression, operators are written after their operands. If used as a prefix operator (++x), returns the value of its operand after adding one; if used as a postfix operator (x++), returns the value of its operand before adding one. If x is 3, then ++x sets x to 4 and returns 4, whereas x++ returns 3 and, only then, sets x to 4.