The stack data structure

The stack data structure

This is a submission for DEV Computer Science Challenge v24.06.12: One Byte Explainer.


“A stack is a data structure that follows the Last In, First Out (LIFO) principle. Think of it like a stack of plates: you add to the top, and the last plate added is the first one you remove.”

Additional Context

This explanation is designed to simplify the concept of a stack for beginners by using a familiar analogy. It highlights the core behavior of stacks without delving into technical jargon, making it accessible and easy to understand.

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