First, create a Collection and add a dummy element to it:

Set C = New Collection
C.Add Null

Then, add elements to your stack like this:

C.Add E, , 1

To see what's on the top of the stack:


To remove the item on the top of the stack:

C.Remove 1

You might ask why not to implement a stack the other way around. The reason is twofold: readability and performance. When implemented this way, the code is much simpler to read. If you implement a stack the other way around, you will find that although adding elements is slightly faster, due to the implementation of the Collection class removing them takes a lot longer, on the order of the number of elements on the stack.

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