I did the stack implementation using arrays and i would like to do it with function pointers but i have no idea. If anyone could help by illustration that would be great as function pointers is pretty difficult for me!
Here is a link that gives you links for function pointer tutorials. http://www.google.com/search?q=function+pointer+tutorial
Given you've already implemented stack, you already know that part. If you are looking for something more specific, you'll have to make the question specific. :)
> I am very confused. How in the world are you going to implement a stack using function pointers?
I guess he means by using dynamic memory allocation, using a node structure which holds the data as well as the pointer to the next node.
Mentioning function pointers must be a sign of being completely lost, since there's only a finite constant set of values a function pointer can attain in any given executable; you might as well implement a stack using a bounded set of integers, or something crazy like that.
Your links are a saver. I tried previously for links but could get only two.
I was just trying to do basic stack operations of push and pop.
Thanks again for the links and also for the quick reply.