Hi everyone, I had a question regarding my current program. I have just about completed it but have noticed a small error. In my peek function, I want the program to look through the entire stack for the number 5, but I've noticed that it only looks to the very last number (not counting a number greater then 9).

For instance if I enter (1,2,3,4,5) it will return stating that the number 5 is in the stack

but

if I enter (5,4,3,2,1) it will return stating that the number 5 is not in the stack when it obviously is. I've looked over the program a few times and cannot see where I went wrong because every change I've tried to make so far has produced an error.

Please help

Any help would greatly be appreciated

Thanks

Code:#include <iostream.h> //This is my preprocessor directive for the cout/cin statements// const int Stack_Size=10; //Initialization of Stack Size// class Stack { public: Stack(); //constructor// void push(int); int pop(); bool peek(); bool empty(); bool full(); private: int count; int data[Stack_Size]; }; Stack::Stack() { count=-1; } void Stack::push(int value) { count++; data[count]=value; } int Stack::pop() { int topvalue; topvalue=data[count]; count--; return(topvalue); } bool Stack::peek() { if (data[count]==5) //If 5 is within the stack this function will return 1 (true) return 1; else //else it will return 0 (false) return 0; } bool Stack::empty() { if (count==-1) //If the stack is empty this function will return 1 (true) return 1; else return 0; } bool Stack::full() { if (count==Stack_Size-1) return 1; else return 0; } int main() { Stack entries; int number; char answer; cout<<" Please enter as many digits as you wish.\n If you wish to end your entries, please enter a number greater than 10\n "; while(1) { cout<<"Digit:\n"; cin>>number; if (number>9) //If the entry is >9, the loop will break and that number will not count in the stack// break; if (entries.full()) { cout<<"The stack is full and you do not have any space left\n"; break; } else entries.push(number); } cout<<"Is value 5 in the stack (peek): ?\n"; if (entries.peek()) { cout<<"This stack does contain value 5\n"; } else cout<<" This stack does not contain value 5\n"; if (entries.empty()) { cout<<"The stack is empty\n"; } else while (!entries.empty()) { cout<<" Do you want to pop an item from the stack? "; cin>>answer; if (answer=='y') cout<<entries.pop()<<endl; else break; } return 0; }