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How to Implement a Linked Stack in C

A stack is a set of items stored using a last-in first-out or LIFO policy. This means that the last thing that is inserted to the stack is the first thing that is removed from the stack. Often, we might think of a stack like a stack of dinner plates. When we place a plate onto the stack, we will place it on the top, and in turn when we want to take a plate off the stack, we also remove it from the top. This is the same sort of structure we wish to implement with a programming stack.

Let’s start by having a look at a visual example of a stack. Suppose I insert three…




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