Section7Key 3 - 6 One possible solution appears below public void rearrange(eueue<Integer> q Stack<Integer> s = new

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Unformatted text preview: 6. One possible solution appears below. public void rearrange (eueue<Integer> q) { Stack<Integer> s = new ArrayStackclnteger>O; int q.sizeO; oldSize (int for i - 0; i < oldSize; i++) t q.dequeueO; int n: if(n%20) q.enqueue (n) i else s . push (n) ; ) int ewenCount = q.sizeO i whil-e (!s.isEmptyO) q.enqueue(s.popO ); (int for i : 0; i < evenCount; i++1 q.enqueue (g.dequeue O ); (int for i : O; i < oldSize evenCount; i++) s .push (q. dequeue ( ) ) ; whil-e (!s.isEmptyO) q.enqueue(s.popO); ) 1. One possible solution appears be1ow. public (eueue<Integer> void reverseHalf q) t Stack<Integer> s : new ArrayStack<Integer>O; int oldl,ength q.size(r, / / transfer elements in odd spots to stack (int for i : 0; i < otdlength; i++1 j_f (i * 2 0) q.enqueue (e.dequeue O ); else s.push (q.dequeue O ); / / reconstruct 1ist, taking alternately from (int for i:0; i < oJ-dlength; i++; (i \ 2 :: if 0) q.engueue (e.dequeue O ); el-se q.enqueue(s.popO); ) 8. One possible solution appears below. { ); queue and stack public boolean (eueue<Integer> isPalindrome q) Stack<Integer>_ s : new ArrayStack<Integer>( (int for i : 0; i. < q. size O i i++1 { q.dequeueO; int n: q. enqueue (n) i s.push (n) ; ) boo.l-ean ok true; (int for i : O; i < q.sizeO; i++; { q.dequeue ( ) ; int n1 int n2 s.pop ( ) ; (nl l: n2') if ok f al-se; q:enqueue (al); ) return ok; ...
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