# Reverse Polish Notation

## Details

RPN (Reverse Polish notation) is a way of writing expressions such that
operators are written after their operands: `3 2 +`

rather than
`(3+2)`

.

Each argument is an RPN expression, given as a space-separated list of
tokens: either a number `0`

…`32767`

or an operator
(addition `+`

, subtraction `-`

, multiplication
`*`

or integer division `/`

).

Evaluate and print the result of each expression on its own line.

The result of each operation is a non-negative integer not exceeding 32,767. Division is guaranteed to have an exact integer result.

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