I am currently writing a C code for a doubly linked list(dll) around which I want to write wrapers for implementing stack, queues etc. instead of writing separate codes for all of them. I'll be ...
In languages where cons lists are a major datatype, it is very easy to create a list from last to first by prepending items. When doing processing from some input file, however, one is most likely to ...
In the C++ STL, priority_queue (heap) can be used with any underlying container, such as a deque. How does the implementation stay O(log n) if deques don't swap an item in index a with index b in ...
Linked list Ming-Jen Wang Patent number: 7028023 Filing date: Sep 26, 2002 Issue date: Apr 11, 2006 Application number: 10/260,471 A computerized list is provided with auxiliary ...
I have one question in my mind that in case of circular doubly linked list the head pointer of the doubly linked list also logically point to the next pointer of the tail node of the linked list and ...
I was going through this heavily discussed and highly voted question on SO and stumbled across one comment that got 5 upvotes. So I assume this was a great comment.But it got my head spinning at the ...
A linked list can be used when you want cheap insertion and deletion of elements and when it doesn't matter that the elements aren't next to each other in memory. This is very abstract and I would ...
When I was reading a book for SCJP, I came across the following paragraph. A LinkedList is ordered by index position, like ArrayList, except that the elements are doubly-linked to one another. ...