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and Lists the Collection Interface Chapter 4 Chapter Objectives To become familiar with the List interface To understand how to write an array-based implementation of the List interface To study the difference between single-, double-, and circular linked list data structures To learn how to implement the List interface using a linked-list To understand the Iterator interface Chapter 4: Lists and the...

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