Design Patterns Homework 1 Solved
● (10 points) Enter, compile, and execute the following C++ program.
using namespace std;
int main( int argc, char *argv )
cout << "Hello World!\n";
● (40 points) Write a class, called Stack, in a file called Stack.h, that implements a stack of up to 1000 characters. You should include the following member functions in your class.
#define STACK_CAPACITY 1000
Stack(); // constructor for a stack
void push( char c ); // adds c to the top of the stack
void pop(); // removes top element
char top(); // returns the top element
bool isEmpty(); // returns true iff the stack is empty
~Stack(); // destructor for a stack
● (30 points) Write a main procedure, in a file called main.cpp, that repeatedly reads a character string from cin into a string variable and outputs the reverse by pushing the characters onto an instance of your stack class, then printing them as they are removed from the stack.
● (20 points) Modify your program to exit on end of file (when the user types a ^D, on unix, or ^Z, on the Windows).
You'll get a 891.0KB .ZIP file.