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int[] array1 = new int[25]; … // Code that will put values in array1 int value = array1[0]; for (int a = 1; a < array1.length; a++) {            if (array1[a] < value)            value = array1[a]; } Lowest Give the differences in the basic operation algorithms of the Unsorted and Unsorted-Optimized Array  structures that made the latter structure faster. Under what conditions would both structures' Fetch  algorithms be equivalent from a speed viewpoint?   Evaluate this answer:              The Unsorted-Optimized structure used modified Fetch and Delete algorithms. When a node was fetched  from the optimized structure, its reference was swapped with the node reference just above it in the array.  Thus, the references to the nodes most frequently accessed become positioned near the top of the array  speeding up the sequential search. When a node was deleted, instead of moving all the references up one  location in the array, the reference to the deleted node was overwritten with the last node reference stored in  the array. If all nodes have equal probability of being accessed, the speed of the Fetch operation of the two  structures is equivalent.
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True  Java does not limit the number of dimensions that an array may have.  True What will be the result of executing the following code? int[] x = {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5}; a. The program will crash when it is executed. b.A compilation error will occur. c. The value of x[1] will be 0, x[2] will be 0, x[3] will be 0, x[4] will be 0, x[5] will be 0, and x[6] will be  0. d.An array of 6 values ranging from 0 through 5 and referenced by the variable x will be created. D The term “garbage collection” is the process by which a data structure keeps the storage assigned to deleted nodes, or the process of not returning the storage of deleted nodes to the operating system’s memory manager. Any items typed on the command-line, separated by space, after the name of the class are considered to be one or more arguments that are to be passed into the main method. True True
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Chapter 3 A queue based on a linked list uses the following    code class Node{            String element;            Node next;            Node (String el, Node n)              {              element = el;              next = n;              } } Node front = null, rear = null; if (front == null)            throw new RuntimeException("Empty"); String temp = front.element; front = front.next; if (front == null)              front    = rear; return temp; The operation for adding an item to a queue is called enqueue The stack class provided by the Java Collections Framework Can be used to hold valueso f any type 
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