C+ Basics
The standard output stream (cout):
The predefned objectcoutis an instance
ofostreamclass. The cout object is said to be
"connected to" the standard output device,
which usually is the display screen. Thecoutis
used in conjunction with the stream

#include "filterKmapResults.h"
#include "operation.h"
/*Karnaugh map
* This program make a simulation to Karnaugh map with any number of variables
* and minimizing it
*/
/*
* Program algorithm
* 1- Reading inputs (ones and don't care) from user
* 2- Start

#F = ABCD + ABC'D'+ AbarBbarCD+Abarbcd
a=0
b=0
c=1
d=1
ab=a and b
cd=c and d
f1= ab and cd
print("the first=",f1)
ab=a and b
cbardbar=not(c) and not(d)
f2=ab and cbardbar
print("the Second=",f2)
abarbbar=not(a) and not(b)
cd=c and d
f3=abarbbar and cd
pri

Stack using arrays
Definition
AStackis a data structure containing finite
elements of the same type and with which
you can perform the following operations.
Add data, one item at a time,Push
Access the data item on the top (other
data items are hidden f

THE CONCEPT OF THE LINKED LIST
the size requirement need not be known at compile
time
A linked list is a data structure that is used to model
such a dynamic list of data items, so the study of the
linked lists as one of the data structures is important.

CHAPTER 0: INTRODUTION
What is Data Structures?
A data structure is defined by
(1) the logical arrangement of data elements, combined
with
(2) the set of operations we need to access the elements.
Atomic Variables
Atomic variables can only store one

Queue using arrays
Definition
AQueueis a linear data structure
containing finite elements of the same type
in which
Insertion can take place at one end called
theRear
Deletion can take place at the other end
calledFront
The first element inserted into the

CHAPTER 0: INTRODUTION
What is Data Structures?
A data structure is defined by
(1) the logical arrangement of data elements, combined
with
(2) the set of operations we need to access the elements.
Atomic Variables
Atomic variables can only store one

Linked List Continued
Recap
Data
Link
The structure shown is called a node
A linked list is made up of a series of these
nodes
Memory is dynamically allocated to these
nodes
The basic operations performed on a Linked
List include
Traversal
Insertion
Delet

Topic 9
The Queue ADT
Objectives
Examine queue processing
Define a queue abstract data type
Demonstrate how a queue can be used
to solve problems
Examine various queue
implementations
Compare queue implementations
6-2
Queues
Queue: a collection whos