Stack using Linked List.

This article explains to you how to implement Stack using Linked List.

1. What is a Stack? 
ANS.: An Ordered collection of elements using LIFO(Last in First Out) mechanism.

2. Operations performed on the stack? 
ANS.: Push (insertion), pop (deletion), peek (Topmost element) & display.

3. Applications of a stack? 
ANS.: Infix, Postfix, and Prefix notations, Recursive functions, Function cell, Expression evaluation, etc.

Graphical Representation.

Stack using Linked List.
Stack using Linked List.

Also, you can use the C compiler to compile a program.

Program for Stack using LL.

Source code.

#include<stdio.h>
#include<stdlib.h>


struct node
{
	int data;
	struct node * addr;
};
struct node * start;
void push(int);
void pop();
void disp();

int main()
{	
	push(10);
	push(20);
	push(30);
	push(40);
	pop();
	pop();
	pop();
	pop();
	
}

void push(int val)
{
	struct node * temp,*i=start,*top ;
	temp=(struct node *) malloc (sizeof (struct node));
	temp -> data=val;
	temp-> addr=NULL;
	
	if(start==NULL)
	{
		start=temp;
	}
	else
	    
	    
		top->addr=temp;
		top=temp;
		
	disp();
}

void disp()
  {
  	struct node * i=start;
  	
  		printf("\nstackd: ");
  		while(i!=NULL)
  		{
  			printf("%d ",i->data);
  			i=i->addr;
		}
	 
  }

 void pop()
	{
		struct node *i=start,*top;
		if(start!=NULL)
		{
			while(i->addr!=top)
			{
				i=i->addr;
			}
			i->addr=NULL;
			top=i;
			if(start==NULL)
			{
				top=NULL;
			}
			disp();
		}
	}

Output.

stackd: 10
stackd: 10 20
stackd: 10 20 30
stackd: 10 20 30 40
stackd: 10 20 30
stackd: 10 20
stackd: 10

Also view – Queue using a linked list.

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