Hi everone, I have been doing java for around a year now

I'm not looking for somebody to give me an answer but for guidance and help.

This is the question:

I have a stack called 's'.

push(s,m) -> pushes element n onto the stack .

pop(s) -> pops element from the stack s.

peek(s) -> return value of top element on the stack.

(Other info: may use other variables, a loop and/or second stack, s2)

Question= Set j to the third element of a stack leaving the stack unchanged.

This is my attempt:

I'm assuming there are two elements already on a stack as it doesn't say there should or shouldn't be!

Stack 1 : {m,n} -> (m being top element on stack)

push (s2, pop(s)) //This is supposed to pop the element on stack 1 sending it to stack 2 (s2)

Stack 1 : { n }

Stack 2 : { m }

push (s2, pop(s)) //pop element on stack 1, send to stack 2 again

stack 1 : { }

stack 2: { n,m}

push (s,j) //This pushes element j onto stack 1

stack 1 : { j }

stack 2: { n,m}

push (s, pop(s2)) // pops element on stack 2, pushing it back onto stack 1

stack 1 : { n,j }

stack 2: { m}

push (s, pop(s2)) // pops element on stack 2, pushing it again back onto stack 1

stack 1 : { m,n,j }

stack 2: { }

Stack 1 is now unchanged but has j set to the third element. Would you say this is correct?

Also is 'push (s, pop(s2))' the right format ??

Thanks for any help I would appreciate it so much, just trying to make sure i'm on the right lines