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Given a stack, the act of adding a new element to the top of the stack is to push an element onto it. If there is a stack pointer, it would be incremented (or decremented if the bottom element of the stack is placed at the highest memory address available).

To do this to a queue is usually called to enqueue.

"push" is owned by Mravinci.
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Cross-references: queue, onto, stack
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This is version 3 of push, born on 2006-09-16, modified 2006-09-18.
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AMS MSC68P05 (Computer science :: Theory of data :: Data structures)

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