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Charles Leonard Hamblin (1922-1985)was an Australian philosopher and computer scientist. His main early contributions to computing, which date from the mid 1950s, were the development of Reverse Polish Notation. RPN, also known as postfix notation, is an arithmetic formula notation, derived from the polish notation introduced in 1920 by the Polish mathematician Jan Lukasiewicz.

RPN was invented by Australian philosopher and computer scientist Charles Hamblin in the mid-1950s, to enable zero-address memory stores. Since his death, his ideas have become influential in the design of computer interaction protocols, and are expected to shape the next generation of e-commerce.

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