2 Flow Charts, pseudocode for each (at least 4 algorithms), , Data Structure & Algorithms

1.Create a flowchart to show the process that will allow the implementation of Stack, Push, and Pop operations.
2.Create a flowchart to show the process that will allow the implementation of Queue, Enqueue, and Dequeue operations.
3.Write the code (and functions) needed to implement of either a Stack or a Queue.
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