Answer to Question #33954 in C++ for Billy
One argument used to justify the fact that the stack data structure in the standard library does not throw exceptions is that it is easy to add these facilities. Create a class SafeStack that implements a stack of strings. Use an instance of stack<string> to hold the underlying values, and implement the same interface as that data type. However, your class should throw an exception if an attempt is made to remove a value from an empty stack.
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