HW4 3 - T o g eneratet he o utput f or t his m ethod a...

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To generate the output for this method, analyze your queue of tags with a srack. The basic idea of the algorithm is that ,' when you see an openingtag that is not a self-closing tag, you shouldpush it onto a stack and increase your indentation. ' When you see a closing tag, you should pop the top element from the stack and decrease your indentation. You may use a single stack (in addition to the queue passed to your validator'sconstructor) to help you computethe result. You may not use any other collections, alrays, etc., though you can create as many simple variables as you like. Your method should also retum true if the page has valid HTML and fatse if not. A valid queue of HTML tags is defined to be one where every opening tag that is not self-closing has a closing tag, and where every closing tag closes the most recently opened tag that was not self-closing. For example, the following HTML is valid: <D><b>bold Eext <i>bol-d and italic t.ext</i> just botd again</b> <br/> more </p> The following HTML
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