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7-4 Queues A queue is another form of a restricted access list. In contrast to a
stack in which both insertions and deletions are performed at the same end, a
queue restricts all insertions to one end while all deletions are made at the other.
Figure 7-14 A queue "crawling" through memory, shown here containing entries
A, B, and C and later containing C, D, E, and F such mass movement of data that
drove us to the concept of linked structures in the discussion of lists. What we ...
Thus, this auxiliary system should be organized as a queue. An algorithm for
solving the printing problem would therefore take the form shown in Figure 7-16.
Questions/Exercises 1. Using paper and pencil, keep a record of the circular
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PART ONE Machine Architecture
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