CS Behind the Curtain (CS195 2003S)

Class 37: Linked Lists (1)

Back to Reading Gries. On to A List Wrapper (1).

Held: Monday, 7 April 2003

Summary: Today we begin our consideration of how to implement Scheme-like lists, which are generally called linked lists.

Related Pages:




What is a List?

Linked List Operations

Implementing Linked Lists

Implementing Linked List Operations

node *empty_list() {
  return null;
} /* empty_list() */

/* Note: cons returns NULL if it fails. */
node *cons(int val, node *next) {
  node *new_node = (node *) malloc(sizeof(node));
  if (new_node == (node *) NULL)
    return new_node;
  new_node->datum = val;
  new_node->next = next;
  return new_node;
} /* cons(int, node *) */

/* The rest left for discussion. */

Homogenous Linked Lists



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