Objectives of lists, Data Structure & Algorithms

After going through this unit, you will be able to:

• define and declare Lists;
• understand the terminology of Singly linked lists;
• understand the terminology of Doubly linked lists;
• understand the terminology of Circularly linked lists, and
• use the most appropriate list structure in real life situations.

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