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Stack, using pointer, Data Structure.

This is a implementation of a Stack using pointers. The basic thing is the structure of tPilha is

[code lang="C"]
constant MAXPILHA = 100;
tipo tPilha {
inteiro dados[MAXPILHA];
inteiro *topo;
}; [/code]

Where *topo is a pointer to the first element in the stack. When you`re going to add a new one you verify if the stack is full, if it ins`t you put the data in a position in the stack and change the *topo. When removing, you decrement one in pointer *topo. Then it will reference the element that was there before.

(I had an enunciation but it was too big to translate)

stack with pointers implementation!


PS: You can see the enunciation in portuguese and then use google translate to translate it
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Netbeans 6.5.1, Line-spacing

Hello, I was using NetBeans in Ubuntu 9.04 when i started a new project and I realized that the line-spacing is so fucking bigger. To…

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Ubuntu 9.04, 64 Bits with Java.

Hi, I was trying to access my back account but I could not due to problems with the java. Talking with a friend, he told…

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Ubuntu 9.04, reducing your boot time.

Hey, searching around the internet, i find some ways to decrease the boot time. All of them were for older versions, tham i decided to…

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List, Data Structure

Good afternoon, Like I said before I'm having Data Structure class. And today I will introduce you the List concept. A linear data structure. There…

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Ubuntu, VirtualBox 2.2 and USB

Hello, Now, with this new version of ubuntu, i will post alot about it while I'm trying configurations. I don't want to teach how to…

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Ubuntu 9.04, bootChart.

Hello, I decided to stay in computer a little more, and have a test with this fresh installation of Ubuntu 9.04. Some people say that…

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Ubuntu 9.04, up and running.

Hello guys, In the last thursday the Ubuntu 9.04 was released. I decided to try the 64 bits version, I didn`t used EXT4 (but I…

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Conversion table – Computer Organization (INE5411)

I'm cursing Computer Organization given by Luiz C. V. Santos. The book used in this class is "Computer Organization and Design: The hardware/software interface", and I have the portuguese book so I created a conversion table from the english book to the portuguese.

Too see the conversion see the complete post.

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Queue, Data Structure

Good Night, What is Queue? Queue is a data structure used a lot in computers, and it is based on the principle FIFO (First in,…

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