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Chapter 4: ADTs Stack and Queue

Goals

After studying this chapter, you should be able to

In Chapter 2, we looked at the built-in structures in C++ from the logical view, the application view, and the implementation view. At the language level, the logical view is the syntax of the construct itself, and the implementation view remains hidden within the compiler. In Chapter 3, we defined the ADTs Unsorted List and Sorted List. For these user-defined ADTs, the logical view is the class definition where the documentation for the prototypes of the member functions becomes the interface between the client program and the ADT. In this chapter, we expand your toolkit of ADTs to include two important new ADTs: the stack and the queue.



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