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N. We say that the element ai is at position i. It is also convenient to postulate the existence of a position following the last element on a list. The function END(L) will return the position following position n in an nelement list L. 2001 18:58:59] Data Structures and Algorithms: CHAPTER 2: Basic Abstract DataTypes list that varies as the list grows or shrinks, while all other positions have a fixed distance from the beginning of the list. † As with many other ADT's we discuss in this book, no one set of operations is suitable for all applications.

The first element on the list becomes the new dummy header cell. 20 shows the results created by the sequence of commands MAKENULL(Q), ENQUEUE(x, Q), ENQUEUE(y, Q), DEQUEUE(Q). Note that after dequeueing, the element x being in the element field of the header cell, is no longer considered part of the queue. 2 can be used for queues, but it is not very efficient. True, with a pointer to the last element, we can execute ENQUEUE in a fixed number of steps, but DEQUEUE, which removes the first element, requires that the entire queue be moved up one position in the array.

Conversely, when writing a program, one should consider making it available to others for possibly unanticipated uses. 4. Be a toolsmith. In programming parlance, a tool is a program with a variety of uses. When writing a program, consider whether it could be written in a somewhat more general way with little extra effort. For example, suppose one is assigned the task of writing a program to schedule final examinations. Instead, write a tool that takes an arbitrary graph and colors the vertices with as few colors as possible, so that no two vertices connected by an edge have the same color.

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