infix notation


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infix notation

[′in‚fiks nō‚tā·shən]
(mathematics)
A method of forming mathematical or logical expressions in which operators are written between the operands on which they act.
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infix notation

(language)
One of the possible orderings of functions and operands: in infix notation the functions are placed between their operands, such as "1+2". Although infix notation is limited to binary functions most languages mix infix notation with prefix or postfix notation, as a form of syntactic sugar.
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infix notation

The common way arithmetic operators are used to reference numeric values. For example, A+B/C is infix notation. Contrast with Polish notation and reverse Polish notation.
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