Some Important Linear Data Structures- at a glance
Doubly-linked list is a more sophisticated form of linked list data structure. Each node of the list contain two references (or links) – one to the previous node and other to the next node. The previous link of the first node and the next link of the last node points to NULL. In comparison to singly-linked list, doubly-linked list requires handling of more pointers but less information is required as one can use the previous links to observe the preceding element. It has a dynamic size, which can be determined only at run time.
Lists : Linear data structures, contain elements, each of which point to the "next" in the sequence as demonstrated in the examples below ( Simple, Circular and Double Linked Lists are some common kinds of lists ) . Additions and removals can be made at any point in the list - in this way it differs from stacks and queues.
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