Held Monday, November 1, 1999
Today, we will conclude our discussion of lists by considering other issues in the design of linked lists.
reset), some designers of lists provide an explicit ``current element''.
advancethe current element
back-upthe current element
deletethe current element
addan element before or after the current element
findan element and move the cursor to that element
movethe cursor to the front or back of the list
Tuesday, 10 August 1999
Monday, 1 November 1999
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