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Post date: 5/27/2009
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Linked Lists

  • Definition: a linked list provides the same operations as an array list, such as add, remove, isEmpty, size, and contains. But a linked list stores its elements in a fundamentally different way. Elements of a linked list are stored in small individual containers called nodes. The nodes are “linked” together, with each node storing a reference to the next node in the list. The overall linked list objects keeps references to the front and back nodes.

    Source: Reges & Stepp, 2007

  • Example: Example sentence for context: "You can add nodes to the linked list." For a visual example of a linked list, see below: <a href="¤t=linkedlist.png" target="_blank"><img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>

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  • 12:58pm 5/13/2015

    User: reinlessjacklin

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  • 2:38pm 5/19/2009

    User: millam

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    I would just like to note that, while structurally different, in practical use, most list terms are identical to arrays. Whether talking about an array or a list, I use the same signs. The only difference is when talking about the ADT itself. (And that's the sign I give above).