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    Create a class Stack that can be used to store any kind of Java objects. Use an array internally to store the objects. The push and pop methods should throw appropriate exceptions. Write a class StackDemo with a main method. The method main should use the Stack object, catch the exceptions and print appropriate error messages.

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    I've written such an application before but without any code to see how far you are i can't help you.
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    Create a class Stack that can be used to store any kind of Java objects. Use an array internally to store the objects. The push and pop methods should throw appropriate exceptions. Write a class StackDemo with a main method. The method main should use the Stack object, catch the exceptions and print appropriate error messages.
    Can any one solve this?I want full code.
    Translation: do my homework for me.

    You may find a sucker here who'll do it, but it won't be me. Please for god's sake, at least show some effort.
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    Yep, I think no one here doing others homework. Put some effort and still you stuck with, ask the question you have clearly. Then most of the members ready to help you.

    What you have tried upto now?

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