June 10, 2024, 1:12 p.m. | Paul Ngugi

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This section designs a stack class for holding objects. This section presented a stack class for storing int values. This section introduces a stack class to store objects. You can use an ArrayList to implement Stack, as shown in the program below. The UML diagram for the class is shown in Figure below.




An array list is created to store the elements in the stack (line 5). The isEmpty() method (lines 7–9) returns list.isEmpty(). The getSize() method (lines …

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