The Deque interface in java is a subtype of Queue interface. A deque is a double-ended-queue, usually pronounced as “deck”. It supports the addition and removal of items from both the ends. It can act like both stacks (LIFO) and… Read More!
In our previous article you have seen Double-ended Linked List. Doubly linked list is another variation of Linked Lists and don’t confuse with double-ended list. An important problem that doubly linked list solves is it provides a way to traverse backward… Read More!
A deque is a double-ended queue. You could insert and delete items from both ends. Operations supported on deque: insertFront() : adds an item at front of the deque insertLast(): adds an item at the rear of the deque removeFront():… Read More!