Stack is a data structure which follows the *LIFO * property, which means Last-In-First-Out. The element inserted last will be the first to be removed.
Push- To insert new element in the stack.
Pop- To remove an element from the stack.
We can use the python's in-built list as stack data structure.
You can use the in-built append method to insert element at the end of the array/list.
stack =  stack.append(3) stack.append(4) stack.append(5) stack.append(6) print(stack) # [3, 4, 5, 6]
To pop an element we can use the in-built
pop method on list.
print(stack.pop()) # 6
This method will remove the last element in the list, if we do not specify any element to be removed.
To get the top element in the stack we can use a python's in-built feature to index list from the end.
print(stack[-1]) # 5