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C stack using array


C stack using array

By : user2948184
Date : November 14 2020, 04:48 PM
This might help you 1) int * is used because we dont know before hand how huge the array is going to be, so we declare it as a pointer and do malloc using the capacity of the stack.
If we had used an array, we had to perform additonal checks to see if our initial declared size was overflown and would be a huge overhead across the program.
code :
<return type> function_name(<Parameters>){<Statements>}


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What is the difference between Array Stack , Linked Stack , and Stack

What is the difference between Array Stack , Linked Stack , and Stack


By : Kalariya Piyush
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help Basically, it's to do with performance. A 'stack' is just an interface - it's a way of getting at the data for viewing and modification through some set of commands. However, this tells is nothing about how that data is stored in the structure - that's where stuff like ArrayStack and LinkedStack become important.
Essentially, each of these stacks is 'backed' by some more primitive structure - this is the bit behind the scenes that actually stores the data that we put in it. In the case of the ArrayStack, this is an array - in the case of the LinkedStack, this is a linked list.
Java array stack, printing contents of stack from top to bottom

Java array stack, printing contents of stack from top to bottom


By : Kimosabi77
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you I'm relatively new to programming and can't sort this one out. I have an array stack that I have just set up. I'm trying to create a toString() method that returns the contents of the array listed from top to bottom of the stack. , replace your toString method with :
code :
 public String toString(){
     String result = "";
     for (int scan =top-1 ; scan >= 0; scan--)
         result = result + stack[scan].toString() + "\n";
     return result;
 }
What would you use to implement a two stack queue ? An array based stack or linked list stack ? What about a two queue s

What would you use to implement a two stack queue ? An array based stack or linked list stack ? What about a two queue s


By : JerryXie
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue I'd say using an Array is the best.
Arrays use less space overhead (no "NEXT" Pointer etc.)
Passing Large Stack Allocated Array as Function Argument Causes Stack Overflow

Passing Large Stack Allocated Array as Function Argument Causes Stack Overflow


By : Holt
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue So it seems to me that you are compiling without optimizations enabled, because otherwise the array in main would be optimized-out completely, because the calculations done with it are never used in any observable manner. (This is bad for anything, really. Even for debugging purposes you should probably use -Og.)
In the comments you mention that you are using the -fPIC flag for compilation. This prevents gcc from inlining the sumArray1 call, so that the array cannot be optimized-out, no matter the optimization flags. You should probably use -fpie (which may already be the default) for an executable instead of -fPIC, which is meant for shared libraries and comes with these performance penalties, see also here and here.
Error stack displays different information when I split the stack into array

Error stack displays different information when I split the stack into array


By : Eluch
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you I found solution with stacktrace.js. This gives me original stack.
https://www.stacktracejs.com/#!/docs/stacktrace-js
code :
callback (stackframes) {
        const stack = [];
        stackframes.map(function(sf) {
            stack.push(sf.toString());
        });

        return stack;
    }

generateStack() {
    const errback = function(err) { console.log(err.message); };
    const frame = StackTrace.get()
        .then(this.callback)
        .then(function(stack) {                
            return newStack;
        })
        .catch(errback);


    frame.then(value => {
        console.log(value);
    });
}
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1: "buildLogString (webpack:///src/shared/services/log-service/logEntry.ts:40:31)"
2: "this.shouldLog (webpack:///src/shared/services/log-service/log.service.ts:50:30)"
3: "warn (webpack:///src/shared/services/log-service/log.service.ts:23:13)"
4: "new BodyComponent (webpack:///src/app/core/body/desktop/body/body.component.ts:70:25)"
5: "Array (webpack:///node_modules/@angular/core/fesm5/core.js:21157:)"
6: "createDirectiveInstance (webpack:///node_modules/@angular/core/fesm5/core.js:21026:)"
7: "createPipeInstance (webpack:///node_modules/@angular/core/fesm5/core.js:29386:)"
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