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IT 24 – Data Structures PROGRAMMING ASSIGNMENT Choose the implementation you want to work with

(one-dimensional array or linear/singly-linked list) Write a program that does the basic stack operations: 1. Create the stack - if the stack has not been created yet, go on with the initialization - if the stack exists, output a warning message to the user if he/she wants to continue with the deletion of the data items stored in the stack 2. Push an element into the stack - for an array implementation, be sure to check first for a full stack before storing the data item into the stack (output a “stack overflow” message if the stack is full) - if the stack is not full, output a message to the user once the data item has been properly stored 3. Pop an element from the stack - for both implementations, be sure to check first for an empty stack before proceeding with this operation - output a “stack underflow” message if the stack is empty - if the stack is not empty, proceed with the deletion and return the value of the data item to the calling function - output the value of the data item that was popped out from the stack 4. Take a peek at the top of the stack - Just tell the user what the element is on top of the stack 5. Display the contents of the stack - although this is not part of the stack operations, you need this to check if the elements/data items were inserted correctly Take note that the following user-defined stack functions need to be in your program: CreateStack FullStack EmptyStack Push Pop Peek

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