Introduction  Summary and Q&A
TL;DR
This video provides an introduction to the stack data structure, explaining its definition, functions, array implementation, operations, and applications.
Key Insights
 🏪 A stack is a data structure that stores elements in an ordered manner, following the LIFO principle.
 👂 It can be implemented using an array or a linked list.
 👻 The stack allows efficient addition, removal, and access of elements from the top.
Transcript
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Questions & Answers
Q: What is a stack?
A stack is a linear data structure that stores elements in an ordered manner. It follows the LIFO (Last In, First Out) principle, where the last element inserted is the first to be taken out.
Q: How is a stack implemented using an array?
A stack can be implemented using an array, where the elements are added and removed from one end, known as the top of the stack. The array provides an efficient way to store and access the elements.
Q: What are the operations that can be performed on a stack?
The common operations performed on a stack include push (adding an element to the top), pop (removing the top element), and peek (accessing the top element without removing it). Other operations include checking if the stack is empty or full.
Q: What are the applications of stack data structure?
The stack data structure has various applications, such as function call stack in programming languages, backtracking algorithms, expression evaluation, and undo functionality in editors.
Summary & Key Takeaways

The video introduces the concept of a stack, which is a data structure that stores elements in an ordered manner.

It explains the array implementation of a stack and the various operations that can be performed on it.

The video also discusses the applications of the stack data structure.