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Dustin Schreader
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I'm trying to make a toString to display my stack but i'm getting incompatible types. its the method starting on 106.
fred rosenberger
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should line 108 be



(missing the parens)


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Dustin Schreader
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I sure do feel silly now thank you
Dustin Schreader
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although When it prints out in gui it only prints out 1 item of the stack what I would like it to do is keep printing out the entire stack such as
4
3
2
n
t
So you can see every element in the stack, this is what i'm using in my gui to print it out at the moment.

outputStackTF.setText(myStack.toString());
fred rosenberger
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I've just barely skimmed your code, so i may not be correct. But it looks to me like in your public String toString() method, you are only calling the toString() method on the top element...therefore, it only prints what is in the top element.

What you would need to do is write some code that reads each element in the stack and calls IT'S toString() method.
 
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