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Implementing Stack in Python using Linked List

by Ajay Singh Rana6mFebruary 5th, 2022
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In this tutorial we have implemented a stack using linked list and concepts of OOP in Python programming language. A stack is a LIFO data structure in which items can be added and removed, both from the same point. A linked list is a data structure made up of small nodes each of which can store a data item and an address to the next such node. The main node in our implementation is the top node which is just like all other nodes but also acts as a gateway for addition and deletion of elements. Operations like Push, Pop and Traverse are performed.

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