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How can I convert the elements of the stack into an empty queue and at the same time delete them from the stack and take the elements in the queue and put them in the linked list, and the answer is without ready methods or calls to offices

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How can I convert the elements of the stack into an empty queue and at the same time delete them from the stack and take the elements in the queue and put them in the linked list, and the answer is without ready functions or calls to offices
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Mike Hankey 20-Dec-22 15:50pm    
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