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john mor
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marc weber
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I'm guessing that you want the reverse method to return a reversed Stack. If so, then you're actually done after the first while loop, and all you need to do is return the new Stack at that point (instead of void).

As far as making this work in main, you just create a test Stack to work with, then create a new instance of your class (since the reverse method is non-static), then pass your test Stack to the method.
 
Stefan Wagner
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To just make it run:

But your 'MyStack' isn't using any membervariable, so its method can be made static and called without instance:
To just make it run:
 
john mor
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Hi Marc Weber, Stefan Wagner!
Thank you very much.
John
 
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