What is wrong with this:

for(int b = 0;b < c.length();b++)
        temp[b] << S.Pop();  // or temp[b] = S.Pop();

to have a string made up of the contents of the stack?

When I do this and cout << temp, temp is blank. This iterates through the loop properly, it just does not place the characters from the stack into the string.

please tell us more about your code

how have u declared temp....defination of pop() function

Sorry, I have managed to solve the issue.

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