Class Stack, like Class Stream, is not part of the Muq security kernel, but rather merely a generic facility provided to support muf programming. It seemed odd to provide several specialized stack classes but no generic one; Failing to provide a generic one would invite abuse of the specialized ones.
Class Stack adds the following properties to those of Class Plain:
$S.vector: The vector used to actually hold the stack contents. $S.length: The current number of occupied slots in the stack.
Note: For convenience, the $S properties are also available in the public (default) propdir.
Note: Class stack may eventually be merged with the array classes, since CommonLisp one-dimensional arrays support stack pointers.
See section makeStack. See section push. See section pull. See section length. See section reset.
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