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generic stack template class

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
const int SIZE = 100;

template <class SType> class stack {
   SType stck[SIZE];
   int tos;
   void push(SType i);
   SType pop(void);

template <class SType> stack<SType>::stack()
   tos = 0;
   cout << "Stack Initialized." << endl;

template <class SType> stack<SType>::~stack()
   cout << "Stack Destroyed." << endl;

template <class SType> void stack<SType>::push(SType i)
      cout << "Stack is full." << endl;
   stck[tos++] = i;
template <class SType> SType stack<SType>::pop(void)
      cout << "Stack underflow." << endl;
      return 0;
   return stck[--tos];

int main(void)
   stack<int> a;
   stack<double> b;
   stack<char> c;
   int i;


   cout << a.pop() << " ";
   cout << a.pop() << " ";
   cout << b.pop() << " ";
   cout << b.pop() << endl;

   for(i=0; i<10; i++)
      c.push((char) 'A' + i);
   for(i=0; i<10; i++)
      cout << c.pop();
   cout << endl;

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