Write a program to implement a queue using an array. In this tutorial, You are going to learn about Queue data structure and their implementation using an array in C, C++ & Java. In my previous posts, I have explained Stack and Linked List data structure.
Queue Data Structure
In Queue data structure, An element is inserted at one end called rear and deleted at other end called front. As compared to stack data structure in which insertion and deletion are allowed only at one end. Queue data structure is also called FIFO (First In First out).
MCQ on stack and queue data structure. The concept of Stack and Queue data structure is very important in computer science. In my previous post i have discussed following things.
Stack program in C using Array.
Queue data structure and their implementation.
The purpose of this objective questions is to test how well you understand the concept of stack and queue.
Write a C program to reverse a singly linked list. Given a linked list, write a method to reverse a singly linked list. In this tutorial, we are going to write a code to reverse a linked list using an iterative approach.
Write a java program to find duplicate elements in an array. There are multiple ways through which we can find duplicate elements in an array. In this tutorial, I’ll discuss three ways to find duplicate elements in an array.
This question is also very important in terms of technical interviews.
Bubble Sort program, Algorithm & their time complexity.In this tutorial, We are going to learn about bubble sort algorithm and their implementation in various programming languages.
In this tutorial, we are going to cover following things
- What is Bubble Sort?
- Bubble sort algorithm & it’s time complexity
- Bubble sort program in C & C++
- Java program to implement Bubble sort
- Bubble sort implementation in PHP
What is Bubble Sort?
Bubble sort is a sorting algorithm, It works by comparing each pair of adjacent elements and switching their positions if necessary. It repeats this process until all the elements are sorted.