# Stack

Given an expression in postfix notation, write code to evalute a mathematical expression given in postfix notation. For Example: Input: 4 2 3 + * 6 – Output: 14

Given an arithmetic expression in in-fix notation. Write code to convert that algorithm in corresponding post-fix notation. For example: Infix Postfix —— ——– a+b ab+ (a+b)*c ab+c* a+b*c abc*+ a*(b+c)-d/e abc+*de/-

We have seen the code to implement a Queue using two stacks. This question is opposite of that. Use only Queue data structure to implement a Stack.

We have seen how to implement Queue using a linked list and using Array as the base data structure. The question here is that given two Stacks, say S1 and S2, and no other data structure, simulate the functionality of a Queue, hence use two stacks as the base data structure for a Queue. i.e […]

Stack is a collection of objects where objects are inserted and removed in the Last-In-First-Out order. Element inserted at the end will be deleted first. It is a limited access data structure which essentially allows two operations push and pop. Push: Inserting data at the top of stack. Pop: deleting data from the top of stack. The […]

A better implementation of Stack is usually using linked list unless you are sure of the number of elements in array. But if you are just starting with data structures and are not familiar with linked list, you can try implementing stack in an array. While using array to implement stack is easy, it has limitation that […]

Write a class which will implement the Stack data structure in C++. Give the declaration & definition of the class. Also define the Node. For simplicity, you may assume stack to hold integer data type.

Given a linear memory (in the form of an array). Implement two stacks such that memory is used in an optimal manner. i.e if user wants to push an element in either of the two stacks, then the implementation should not give error until the entire array is full (So cannot use half array for […]

Stack is a LIFO(Last-In-First-Out) list of elements where Push & Pop operations takes constant time, O(1). Design a Stack such that the operation of getminimum() (function returning minimum element of the stack) also takes constant time. Please note that it will only return the current minimum element from the stack and will not delete (pop) any […]