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Entries in a stack are “ordered”. What is the meaning of this statement?

(a) A collection of stacks is sortable

(b) Stack entries may be compared with the ‘<‘ operation

(c) The entries are stored in a linked list

(d) There is a Sequential entry that is one by one

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Correct answer is (d) There is a Sequential entry that is one by one

Easy explanation - In stack data structure, elements are added one by one using push operation. Stack follows LIFO Principle i.e. Last In First Out(LIFO).

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