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how to set, toggle and clear a bit in C or C++ language?

I would like to know how to set, toggle and clear a bit in C and/or C++ language?

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Want to convert infix to postfix in C but getting error empty stack

I write a C code to convert infix expression to postfix expression. The expression may include '^' , "+", "-" , "/", "*" and all three types of brackets i.e." ({[ ". The code should first check whether the brackets are balanced or not and then do the conversion. But the code is showing an empty stack at the output.

Here is my sample code

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