Exercise20_08.cpp - #include #include ...

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#include <iostream> #include <string> using namespace std; #ifndef LINKEDLIST_H #define LINKEDLIST_H #include <stdexcept> template<typename T> class Node { public: T element; // Element contained in the node Node<T> *previous; // Pointer to the previous node Node<T> *next; // Pointer to the next node Node() // No-arg constructor { previous = NULL; next = NULL; } Node(T element) // Constructor { this->element = element; previous = NULL; next = NULL; } }; template < typename T > class LinkedList { public: LinkedList(); void addFirst(T element); void addLast(T element); T getFirst(); T getLast(); T removeFirst() throw(runtime_error); T removeLast(); void add(T element); void add(int index, T element); void clear(); bool contains(T element); T get(int index); int indexOf(T element); bool isEmpty(); int lastIndexOf(T element); void remove(T element); int getSize(); T removeAt(int index); T set(int index, T element); void addAll(LinkedList < T > otherList); void removeAll(LinkedList < T > otherList); void retainAll(LinkedList < T > otherList); private: Node < T > * head, * tail; int size; };
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template < typename T > LinkedList < T >::LinkedList() { head = tail = NULL; size = 0; } template < typename T > void LinkedList < T >::addFirst(T element) { Node < T > * newNode = new Node < T > (element); newNode->next = head; head = newNode; size++; if (tail == NULL)
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