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Originally Posted by hitesh_best
1) in first row and right column why he writes only two operands that are possible: 5 or 5/2/1 why also not 5/2
That is also possible but probably what the context of the understanding goes he meant the right operand can be both but he probably did not mean should be both.

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Originally Posted by hitesh_best
2) In the second row in the remark column why he says that left operand is unambiguous when there are two operands that are possible i.e. 10/5 or 5.
So whats your question here.

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Originally Posted by hitesh_best
3) If two '/' has left operand as unambiguous (assuming that what he is saying in row 2 is correct) , how he solved the problem. I mean how he decided that first operatoe '/' will be evaluated first.
What he meant is unambiguous operators will be evaluated. when its 10/2/5 Its either the 10/2 = Result/5 is evaluated or 10 / Result (2/5) is done depending on the complier implementation and its named and left unambiguous or right unambiguous.