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hello,
i have been trying this stack problem using interface but not getting the desired output



OUPT:

Stack is full.
Stack is full.
The Stack1 is :
3
2
1
0
Stack is empty
0
The Stack2 is :
6
5
4
3
2

Please do reply
Thankx in advance
 
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Please check Line 66. You initialized your 2nd stack of size 8. You pushed 8 numbers in it and when its time to pop them you are running loop from 0 to 5. Change your loop condition for second stack output and you should have desired output.
 
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What is your desired output?

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Consider Paul's rocket mass heater.
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