# arithmetic expressions in a sentence

- Mathematical expressions include
*arithmetic expressions*, polynomials, analytical expressions. - The META II
*arithmetic expression*rule shows grouping use. - He started studying compiler theory and the evaluation of
*arithmetic expressions*from 1967 until 1975. - Here is an example showing the use of local rewriting rules to factor simple
*arithmetic expressions*: - This made him curious about it and its application to
*arithmetic expressions*and their processing on a computer. - It's difficult to find
*arithmetic expressions*in a sentence. - I'm looking for a nice way to parse strings as
*arithmetic expressions*in C + +. - With the introduction of multiplication, parity can be approached in a more formal way using
*arithmetic expressions*. - This can be very convenient for executing high-level languages, because most
*arithmetic expressions*can be easily translated into postfix notation. - As it can be observed from the definition, application of distributive law to an
*arithmetic expression*reduces the number of operations in it. - The PowerShell scripting language also evaluates
*arithmetic expressions*entered on the command line immediately, and it parses common abbreviations, such as GB, MB, and KB. - Thus, it supports almost everything needed like macros, loops control, lists, string and
*arithmetic expressions*, and avoids to the maximum the intervention of the user. - Hash functions used for data searches use some
*arithmetic expression*which iteratively processes chunks of the input ( such as the characters in a string ) to produce the hash value. - This notation is interpreted as an array access when it occurs in an
*arithmetic expression*, a constraint, or as an argument of a call to @ = / 2. - Monospaced fonts are commonly used by computer programmers for displaying and editing source code so that certain characters ( for example parentheses used to group
*arithmetic expressions*) are easy to see. - Language designers often express grammars in a syntax such as Backus-Naur form; here is such a grammar, for a simple language of
*arithmetic expressions*with multiplication and addition:

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