This and the following two chapters describe three importantlogically linear structures: stacks, queues, and lists. Each structure islinearin that a linear ordering is maintained among objects within the structure. The linear relationship islogicalin that, unlike arrays, no assumption may be made regarding any relationship between the linear ordering of the objects and their actual locations in memory. These structures are distinguished from each other by the restrictions on the ways objects are accessed with respect to each structure.
KeywordsDynamic Representation Access Type Package Body Array Location Private Declaration
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