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Submitted on: 7/6/2003 9:21:37 AM
By: Damian myerscough  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 3 Users
Compatibility:5.0 (all versions), Active Perl specific, 4.0 (all versions), 3.0 (all versions), Pre 3.0

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     Just to show you how the push and pop functions are used
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    = Name: PUSH & POP
    = Description:Just to show you how the p
    =     ush and pop functions are used
    = By: Damian myerscough
    = Returns:Output of the @Stack
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    =     ww.Planet-Source-Code.com/vb/scripts/Sho
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    #!/usr/bin/perl -w
    # Push and POP Example
    # Create and empty @Satck array
    my @Stack;
    # Print are Array out which should be nothing
    print"First Stack @Stack\n\n";
    # Start to `push` numbers and letters into are @Stack array
    push(@Stack, 7 ,6, "go");
    # print the @Stack array out with all values we pushed in
    print"Seconed Stack @Stack\n\n";
    # The pop removes the last value away from the @Stack array
    my $action = pop @Stack;
    # Print out @Stack which will have `go` missing because we removed
    # it with pop
    print"POPED @Stack \n";

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