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Thread: Implementation Stack Using Array

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    Default Implementation Stack Using Array

    Stack is a Linear Data Structure.Stack can be Implemented easily by using an array in Java .Every Stack has two Main Operations/Methods

    a)Push-Used to Insert an Element to the Stack

    b)Pop- Used to Remove an Element from the Stack


     void push(int item)  
      {  
        if(top==n)  
        {  
          System.out.println("STACK IS FULL");  
        }  
        else  
        {  
        a[top]=item;  
        top++;  
        }  
      }  
      void pop()  
      {  
        if(top==0)   
        {  
         System.out.println("STACK EMPTY");   
        }  
        else  
        {  
          top--;  
          out=a[top];  
        }
    Get the Complete Code from http://c-madeeasy.blogspot.com/2011/...structure.html


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    Default Re: Implementation Stack Using Array

    You code..

    1.doesn't check for exceptions properly. Integer.parseInt() throws NumberFormatException

    2.violates sun java's naming conventions.

    How can you expect something like this to be a learning example ?
    Last edited by Mrc0d3r; August 20th, 2011 at 10:52 AM.

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