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The difference is in the default execution models of prefix and postfix languages. A prefix language like say a Lisp is typically based on an lambda calculus inspired node-substitution based … is definitely true that you could impose a stack semantics on a prefix notation and so treat prefix as "postfix written backwards" and conversely you could impose a substitution semantics on a …
answered Dec 11 '16 by walpen