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c program to implement oprations on tower of hanoi

This operation involves push/pop operations on a stack,arranging the smaller discs to sit on larger ones.How can I write a program to implement this?
Oct 27 '06 #1
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Use linked lists to create your stack.
Oct 27 '06 #2
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here's the code hunny ...

it took me 4 hours to get it ...tracing this code is like hell

# include <iostream.h>
# .....

void towers(int n,char frompeg,char topeg,char auxpeg)

if(n==1) //if only one disk just make the move and return
cout<<"\n"<<"move disk 1 from peg"<<frompeg<<"to peg"<<topeg<<"\n";
cout<<"\n"<<"move disk"<<" "<<n<<"from peg"<<frompeg<<"to peg"<<topeg<<"\n;



void main()
{ int n;
cout<<"enter no of disks 2 be moved "<<endl;

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