3540quiz4.f06 - COP 3540 Fall 2006 Quiz 4 Linked Lists...

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COP 3540 Fall 2006 Quiz 4 – Linked Lists Value: Name: ________________________ Directions: Put the letter of your choice over the dotted lines accompanying each question’s number. For True / False, put T or F over the dotted lines accompanying each question’s number. Fill-in: obvious. 1……If you were implementing a data structure for, say, a stack and you were uncertain about the size of an implementation mechanism you might need, your best choice might be: a. stack b. linked list c. array d. tree e. tree 2….If you were interested in randomly accessing items in a logical data structure, your best choice of an implementation data structure might be: a. stack b. linked list c. array d. queue e. tree 3…. .Which of the following would you consider a logical data structure? a. stack b. array c. indexed file d. linked list e. sort 4…. .The code: LinkedList myLink; defines: a. a linked list b. a reference to a linked list c. a null pointer 5…. .(True, False) Inserting an item at the beginning of a linked list involves changing
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course COP 3540 taught by Professor Bobroggio during the Fall '11 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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