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Alejandro Cruz #2319545 HW6 1) Vectors stores values in contiguous memory locations like an array. But unlike array we can store arbitrary number of elements in the vector. It first allocates some memory(say 1 unit). If it is full then it will create a space that is double of this memory and copy all this data to new location and de allocates the old location. 2) List will have the following storage form: Node { T Data; Node *next; } List stores data in data part of the node and stores the address of the next element (node) in the next pointer part of the Node. 3)Queue can store elements in the form of Array or Vector or List. It is only able to access two nodes directly in the Queue. Either front or tail. For deletion it will delete an element that is pointed by front and update it to the front value to its next element. For addition it will add element to the next of the element that is pointed by tail pointer and updates the tail pointer to newly added element.
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