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Adding a member function - Exercise
Objective: Add a member function to ch_stack that prints the contents of the stack.
Below you will find the code for the struct ch_stack.
Add a print member function to this struct that will print out the contents of the stack.
The struct ch_stack
This code is also available in a file named ch_stack.cpp, which can be found in the compressed course download file available on the Resources page.
const int max_len = 40;

struct ch_stack {
//data representation
   char  s[max_len]; 
   int   top;
   enum { EMPTY = -1, FULL = max_len - 1 };

//operations represented as member functions
   void  reset() { top = EMPTY; }
   void  push(char c) {
      assert(top != FULL);
      s[top] = c;
   char pop() {
      assert(top!= EMPTY);
      return s[top--];
   char top_of() {
      assert(top!= EMPTY);
      return s[top];
   bool empty()
     { return (top == EMPTY); }
   bool full()
     { return (top == FULL); }
Paste the source code for the member function below and click the Submit button when you are ready to submit this exercise.