Lists, Data Structure & Algorithms

In the previous unit, we have discussed arrays. Arrays are data structures of fixed size. Insertion and deletion involves reshuffling of array elements. Thus, array

manipulation is time-consuming and inefficient. In this unit, we will see abstract data type-lists, array implementation of lists and linked list implementation, Doubly and Circular linked lists and their applications. In linked lists, items can be added or removed easily to the end or beginning or even in the middle.

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