Data structure arrays, Data Structure & Algorithms

In this unit, we learned the data structure arrays from the application point of view and representation point of view. Two applications that are representation of a sparse matrix in a 3-tuple form and addition of two polynomials are given in the form of programs. The format for declaration & utility of both single and two-dimensional arrays are covered. Finally, the most vital issue of representation was discussed. As part of this, row major & column major orders are discussed.

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