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how do i compile with stack adt code

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asked Apr 5 by Lamia Haque (160 points)

2 Answers

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answered Apr 7 by Yogesh Malik (140 points)

To compile code with a stack ADT, you can use a suitable programming language like C++ or Java and include the stack ADT code in your program. Then, you can use a compiler like C++ or javac for Java to compile the code. Make sure to link any necessary libraries and follow the specific syntax for your chosen language.

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answered Apr 7 by Mavi Md (140 points)

hey, you need to do this= 

To use a stack TAD (Abstract Data Type) in Python, you do not need to compile the code, as Python is an interpreted language. However, you can implement a stack TAD in Python using a list. Here's a simple example of how you could do this:

class Pilha:
    def __init__(self):
        self.itens = []

    def esta_vazia(self):
        return len(self.itens) == 0

    def empilhar(self, item):

    def desempilhar(self):
        if not self.esta_vazia():
            return self.itens.pop()
            raise IndexError("A pilha está vazia")

    def topo(self):
        if not self.esta_vazia():
            return self.itens[-1]
            raise IndexError("A pilha está vazia")

# Exemplo of use
pilha = Pilha()
print("A pilha está vazia?", pilha.esta_vazia())


print("Topo da pilha:", pilha.topo())

print("Topo da pilha após desempilhar:", pilha.topo())

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