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public E bottom() // returns the bottom element of this stack
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5.23 Add this member method to the ArrayStack class shown in Example 5.3 on page 104:
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public E popBottom() // removes and returns the bottom element of this stack
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5.24 Add this member method to the LinkedStack class shown in Example 5.4 on page 106:
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public E popBottom() // removes and returns the bottom element of this stack
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5.1 5.2 Stacks are called LIFO structures because the last element that is inserted into a stack is always the first element to be removed. LIFO is an acronym for last-in-first-out. a. No, because a LILO structure would mean last-in-last-out, which is just the opposite of the lastin-first-out protocol. b. Yes, because a FILO structure would mean first-in-last-out, which is the same as a last-in-firstout protocol. a. The prefix notation for arithmetic expressions places binary operators ahead of both of their operands. For example, the expression x + 2 is written + x 2 in prefix notation. The standard functional notation used in mathematics uses prefix notation: f(x), sinx, and so on. b. The infix notation for arithmetic expressions places binary operators between their operands. Infix notation is the usual format for arithmetic expressions, for example, x + 2. c. The postfix notation for arithmetic expressions places binary operators after both of their operands. For example, the expression x + 2 is written x 2 + in postfix notation. The factorial function in mathematics uses postfix notation: n!. a. b. c. d. True, because (x + y) + z = x + (y + z). True, because (x + y) z = x + (y z). False, because (x y) + z x (y + z). False, because (x y) z x (y z).
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public static <E> Deque<E> reversed(Deque<E> stack) { // returns a new stack that contains the same elements as the given // stack, but in reversed order Deque<E> stack1 = new ArrayDeque<E>(); while(!stack.isEmpty()) { stack1.push(stack.pop()); } return stack1; } public static <E> Deque<E> reversed(Deque<E> stack) { // returns a new stack that contains the same elements as the given // stack, but in reversed order, and leaves the given stack in its // original state Deque<E> stack1 = new ArrayDeque<E>(); Deque<E> stack2 = new ArrayDeque<E>(); while(!stack.isEmpty()) { stack1.push(stack.peek()); stack2.push(stack.pop()); } while(!stack2.isEmpty()) { stack.push(stack2.pop()); } return stack1; } public static <E> void reverse(Deque<E> stack) { // reverses the contents of the specified stack Deque<E> stack1 = new ArrayDeque<E>(); Deque<E> stack2 = new ArrayDeque<E>(); while(!stack.isEmpty()) { stack1.push(stack.pop()); } while(!stack1.isEmpty()) { stack2.push(stack1.pop()); } while(!stack2.isEmpty()) { stack.push(stack2.pop()); } } public static <E> E penultimate(Deque<E> stack) { // returns the second from the top element of the specified stack E x1 = stack.pop(); E x2 = stack.peek(); stack.push(x1); return x2; } public static <E> E popPenultimate(Deque<E> stack) { // removes and returns the second element of the specified stack E x1 = stack.pop(); E x2 = stack.pop(); stack.push(x1); return x2; } public static <E> E bottom(Deque<E> stack) { // returns the bottom element of the specified stack Deque<E> stack1 = new ArrayDeque<E>();
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