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Overload == operator for Stack


  

#embody <bits/stdc++.h>

utilizing namespace std;

  

class Stack

  

    

    int* stk;

    int size;

    int measurement;

  

public:

    

    Stack(int measurement)

    

        this->measurement = measurement;

        this->size = 0;

        this->stk = new int[size];

    

  

    

    int getSize() return this->measurement;

  

    

    int getLength() return this->size;

  

    

    int* start() return this->stk;

  

    

    void push(int val)

    

        if (size < measurement)

            stk[length++] = val;

        else

            cout << "nstack is fulln";

    

  

    

    

    buddy bool operator==(Stack&, Stack&);

;

  

bool operator==(Stack& stk1, Stack& stk2)

    

    

    int lenghtOfStack_1 = stk1.getLength();

    int lenghtOfStack_2 = stk2.getLength();

  

    

    

    

    if (lenghtOfStack_1 != lenghtOfStack_2)

        return false;

    

  

    

    

    for (int i = 0; i < lenghtOfStack_1; i++)

  

        

        

        if (stk1.start()[i] != stk2.start()[i])

            return false;

        

    

  

    

    

    

    return true;

  

int predominant()

    Stack stk1(10), stk2(10);

  

    

    for (int i = 0; i < 5; i++)

        stk1.push(i);

        stk2.push(i);

    

  

    

    if (stk1 == stk2)

        cout << "Each stk1 and stk2 are equal.n";

    

    else

        cout << "stk1 and stk2 are usually not equal.n";

    

  

    return 0;

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