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Implement two stacks in an array
Easy Accuracy: 49.76% Submissions: 49418 Points: 2

Example 1:

Input:
push1(2)
push1(3)
push2(4)
pop1()
pop2()
pop2()

Output:
3 4 -1

Explanation:
push1(2) the stack1 will be {2}
push1(3) the stack1 will be {2,3}
push2(4) the stack2 will be {4}
pop1()   the poped element will be 3
from stack1 and stack1 will be {2}
pop2()   the poped element will be 4
from stack2 and now stack2 is empty
pop2()   the stack2 is now empty hence -1 .

You don't need to read input or print anything. You are required to complete the 4 methods push1, push2 which takes one argument an integer 'x' to be pushed into stack one and two and pop1, pop2 which returns the integer poped out from stack one and two. If no integer is present in the array return -1.

Expected Time Complexity: O(1) for all the four methods.
Expected Auxiliary Space: O(1) for all the four methods.

Constraints:
1 <= Number of queries <= 100
1 <= value in the stack <= 100

The sum of elements in both the stacks < size of the given array