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A stack organized computer is characterised by instructions with

  1. indirect addressing
  2. direct addressing
  3. zero addressing
  4. index addressing
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Machines based on accumulator register; and stack organized machines support Zero Address Instructions, because the address of the operand is implicitly known. (Accumulator, and Top of the Stack respectively)

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in stack organized computers Operands are stored in stack.

Therefore , it requires zero address to access the operands.So, stack organized uses zero address instructions
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