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 articles we have see how to implement the following. Stack using Arrays Queue using Arrays Stack using Linked List Queue using Linked List You may face the following interview question on when to choose Linked List over… Read More!
Stacks and Queues are ADTs (Abstract Data Types). In our previous article we have seen how to implement Stack using Linked List. In this this article you will learn how to implement Queue using Double-Ended Linked List. What is ADT ?… Read More!
Stacks and Queues are ADTs (Abstract Data Types). We have already seen how Stacks and Queues can be implemented using arrays. In this tutorial we will see how to implement stack using linked list. What is ADT ? ADT (Abstract Data Types) in data… Read More!
Double-ended lists is similar to ordinary linked list, but it has one additional feature compared to ordinary linked list. It provides a reference to the last link as well as to the first link. Supported Operations: insertFirst() – inserting link… Read More!