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Joined: Jan 24, 2006
May 02, 2006 21:14:00
in my book they created a stack object like so..
Stack word = new Stack();
and they pushed and poped characters.
because the book didn't say that the Stack was a char Stack.
so you can push or pop any value in a stack?
and it doesn't matter?
so i could say
char A = a;
string = hello;
and i wouldn't get an error?
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Joined: Jan 03, 2006
May 02, 2006 23:49:00
It shouldn't allow it, try and compile and run it.
Stack is not a stand alone data structure, it could be build on an array, linked list and in the case of Stack in the API it is built using Vector.
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