STACKclass - void stack:push const int item if(count<...

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const int STACK_SIZE = 100; class stack { private : int count; // number of items in the stack int data[STACK_SIZE]; public : stack(); ~stack(); void push( const int item); // push an item on the stack int pop( void ); // pop item off the stack }; stack::stack() // constructor { count = 0; // zero the stack } stack::~stack() {}
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Unformatted text preview: void stack::push( const int item) { if (count < STACK_SIZE) { data[count] = item; ++count; } else cout << "Overflow!\n" ; } int stack::pop( void ) { if (count >0) {--count; return (data[count]); } else { cout << "Underflow!\n" ; return 0; } }...
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