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Data Str & Algorithm HW Solutions 81

Data Str & Algorithm HW Solutions 81 - re-implement...

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81 // Insert element from second matrix this.insert(curr2->value, curr2->row, curr2->col); curr2 = curr2->nextcol; } else { // This element in both matrices this.insert(curr1->value + curr2->value, curr2->row, curr2->col); curr1 = curr1->nextcol; curr2 = curr2->nextcol; } } } 12.12 This is quite simple. The memory pool is simply viewed as a stack. Re- quests pop off the requested amount of storage (move the top pointer down). Returns push the storage back on the stack (move the top pointer up). Just
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Unformatted text preview: re-implement the stack functions for variable length records. 12.13 Simply manage the memory pool as an array-based queue, with variable length records. Memory requests move the rear pointer by the appropriate amount; memory returns move the front pointer by the appropriate amount. 12.14 (a) 1300, 2000, 1000 (b) 1000, 2000, 1300 (c) 900, 1300, 1100, 1000...
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