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This tag is for questions related to both data abstraction/encapsulation in general and for the usage of the various data structures provided by language or built by programmers. Stack and Queue are classic examples.

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Some data structure texts I've seen use "bag" as a generalization of stack/queue/deque: can add items (repetitions allowed), can extract items (no order assumed, i.e. LIFO, FIFO; same sequence of inse …
answered Aug 8 by vonbrand
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You need to understand the problem the data structure is trying to solve, how it is used (algorithms around it). You need to be able to see any alternatives and their advantages and disadvantages, spe …
answered Aug 8 by vonbrand