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QuestionHow do I make this code display the contents of the stack at the top of the text box.? Pin
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Lim Yuxuan1-Aug-08 17:53
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private void displayStack()
{
string nextItem;

displayBox.Clear();

// doing it the other way like guffa said
for (int i = stacktop; i >= 0; i--)
{
nextItem = stackArray[i].ToString();
displayBox.AppendText(nextItem);
displayBox.AppendText("\n");
}
}

instead of starting from bottom value of your stack,(originally your intial conditon is int i = 0) you are now starting at the max value of your stack.

Instead of stopping the loop when your variable "i" reaches "stacktop" (top of your stack), the loop stopped at "i = 0"(bottom of your stack).

Because of the above 2 statements, i++ have to change to i-- since you are starting from top to bottom now.
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