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I am trying to figure out what I did wrong in this assignment. My objective is to convert from infix to postfix and evaluate it. I can't seem to get the correct end result. The test class is correct and aside from the evaluateRPN class, everything else has no errors. Where am I going wrong and what should I do to correct it?



here is the test class

 
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so - you dump nearly 400 lines of code on us, tell us vaguely what it does and that it has bugs, and and ask for unspecified help.

Tell us what is wrong with the code. Some indication of what you've already tried would also help.

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Ralph has a point. You should filter out all methods that you don't need so you get an SSCCE. Furthermore you should TellTheDetails: what should your code do, what does it do instead, what errors do you get, etc.

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