An expression tree is a data structure that represents a computation graph in an imperative programming language. Expression trees can be used as the basis for implementing an imperative program with functional features by translating the computation graph into a sequence of transformations and then evaluating these transformations.

Expression Trees help in the process of automating code evaluation. It can evaluate expressions and build the tree when it's executed.

The benefits of using expression trees are that they provide an easy way for developers to add logic or control flow to their code, and make it easier to debug. They also provide a better way for developers to structure their code so that everything is more organized.

Expression tree also encourages more efficiency for programs with recursion and can represent a wide variety of computation graphs.

If you're familiar with expression trees, then you know how powerful they can be for your application.

Postfix notation of an expression as well as the expression tree can be created with the tool below.

For example, expression a*(b+c)/d is abc+*d/ in postfix notation.

Here, give your own expression

Postfix form:

Expression Tree is created using Postfix form