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Data Structures and Implementation Unit 1 Individual Project Kregg M. Soltow February 15, 2011 American Intercontinental University
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Description and Analysis of the use of arrays for data storage for the computer maintenance schedule information application When speaking in terms of computer maintenance schedules and the use of data structure arrays, it is easier to describe the process as if it were a calendar. The calendar would be in book like format generally numbered 1-31 and each number would correspond to a page and that page may or may even not have any maintenance schedule information on it. Therefore, the calendar itself containing multiple pages is an array of scheduled activity, each day or page representing an element of the array “calendar”. In order to recover maintenance information from a specific day or page, one would simply refer to its subscript. An example of this would be; Calendar (21) would refer to the maintenance schedule of day 21 of the array calendar. The use of array data structures when considering scheduled maintenance is a good
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