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Ecore_ADT_Page: Ecore Abstract Data Types
Ecore_ADT_Page - Ecore Abstract Data Types This page briefly describes the different abstract data types that are provided by the Ecore library for general usage.
You need to include the Ecore_Data.h to use them.
A list is a simple data type where one each piece of data points to another piece of data.
Associated modules that describe the List ADT include:
- List Creation/Destruction Functions
- List Item Adding Functions
- List Item Removing Functions
- List Traversal Functions
- List Node Functions
Examples involving lists include:
Doubly Linked List
A doubly linked list is like a linked list, only each piece of data can also point to the piece before it. In other words, you can traverse a doubly linked list in both directions.
Associated modules that describe the DList ADT include:
- Doubly Linked List Creation/Destruction Functions
- Doubly Linked List Adding Functions
- Doubly Linked List Removing Functions
A hash is an abstract data type where one value is associated with another value. Instead of each element of the group being accessible using a number, each element is accessed using another object.
Associated modules that describe the Hash ADT include:
- Hash Creation Functions
- Hash Destruction Functions
- Hash Data Functions
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