StackInterface.java - Interface detailing the methods...

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/** * Interface detailing the methods required for implementing a stack. * * DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE! * * @author CS 1332 TAs * @version 1.0 */ public interface StackInterface<T> { /** * The initial capacity of a stack with fixed-size backing storage. */ public static final int INITIAL_CAPACITY = 10; /** * Return true if this stack contains no elements, false otherwise. * * This method should be implemented in O(1) time. * * @return true if the stack is empty; false otherwise */ boolean isEmpty(); /** * Pop from the stack. * * Removes and returns the top-most element on the stack. * This method should be implemented in O(1) time.
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