Puts a value into the stack called name and "pushes" everything down the stack one value deeper.
- name : the name of the stored stack. Stacks have names, much like variables do.
- value : the value to store in the stack.
- 4.1 :
- A stack is an internal plugin storage type, where you push data into a stack ( like a list of values ) and Pop data out. In the plugin, stacks are LIFO ( Last In First Out ) so when you push a value onto the named stack, it will be the next value to POP out of the stack. See this for more info : https://www.thoughtco.com/definition-of-stack-in-programming-958162