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Have problem in stack ! not able to get the output

Matt Swaggi
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[ June 01, 2008: Message edited by: Campbell Ritchie ]
Matt Swaggi
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sorry guyz i have done mistake and i made it finaly !
realy sorry for posting ! the mistake is i havent passed the "item"
Rob Spoor
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Two notes:
1) you may want to check against stack.length - 1 instead of 9. That will cause less bugs should you wish to change the size of the array.
2) printing an error and returning 0 may not be a good option for real-life projects. Instead, throw a RuntimeException.


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Campbell Ritchie
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Please use code tags when posting code; it makes it easier to read. I have edited your post; see how much better it looks.
And please write your question in the text of the post, otherwise people won't realise what the question is!!
 
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