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Stack demo
Stack demo
  
/*
Learning C# 
by Jesse Liberty

Publisher: O'Reilly 
ISBN: 0596003765
*/

 using System;
 using System.Collections;

 namespace StackDemo
 {
    public class TesterStackDemo
    {
       public void Run()
       {
           Stack intStack = new Stack();

           // populate the array
           for (int i = 0;i<8;i++)
           {
               intStack.Push(i*5);
           }

           // Display the Stack.
           Console.Write"intStack values:\t" );
           DisplayValuesintStack );

           // Remove an element from the stack.
           Console.WriteLine"\n(Pop)\t{0}",
               intStack.Pop() );

           // Display the Stack.
           Console.Write"intStack values:\t" );
           DisplayValuesintStack );

           // Remove another element from the stack.
           Console.WriteLine"\n(Pop)\t{0}",
               intStack.Pop() );

           // Display the Stack.
           Console.Write"intStack values:\t" );
           DisplayValuesintStack );

           // View the first element in the
           // Stack but do not remove.
           Console.WriteLine"\n(Peek)   \t{0}",
               intStack.Peek() );

           // Display the Stack.
           Console.Write"intStack values:\t" );
           DisplayValuesintStack );

       }
        public static void DisplayValues(
            IEnumerable myCollection )
        {
            foreach (object o in myCollection)
            {
                Console.WriteLine(o);
            }
        }

       [STAThread]
       static void Main()
       {
          TesterStackDemo t = new TesterStackDemo();
          t.Run();
       }
    }
 }
           
         
    
  
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