Last in first out

Dear to whom may it concern,
What does ‘last in first out’ mean?
With the best regard
Mitra

It’s a logistics terms: LIFO stands for last-in, first-out, meaning that the most recently produced items are recorded as sold first.[YSaerTTEW443543]

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Dear Torsten,
Thank you very much indeed for your response.
Sincerely yours
Mitra
P.S: I am so glad that I had your response.

Hi Mitra,

It can also apply to people, for example in a redundancy situation.

Where the workforce of an organisation is being cut, traditionally ‘last in’ (the last people to be employed by the company) would be ‘first out’ (the first people to be laid off work).

In computer science the stack is an example of this notion. It works simiarly to a stack of paper, individual sheets of paper being objects that are either pushed (put on top of the stack) or popped (removed from the top of the stack).

In the digital technologies, there are FIFO and LIFO registers.