Principles of Data Structures Using C and C++ by Vinu V. Das

By Vinu V. Das

This booklet is written in keeping with the revised syllabus for B.Tech./B.E. (both computing device technological know-how and Electronics branches) and MCA scholars of Kerala college, MG college, Calicut collage, CUSAT Cochin (deemed) college. it's also compatible for NIT Calicut (deemed) collage, Anna college, UP Technical college, Amritha Viswa (deemed) Vidyapeeth, Karunya (deemed) college and Rajasthan Vidyapeeth (deemed) collage. in addition, this publication covers just about all the themes of the opposite Indian and overseas Universities the place this topic is there of their undergraduate and graduate courses. All attempt is made to debate the subjects within the easiest real way with out loosing its features.

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By Vinu V. Das

This booklet is written in keeping with the revised syllabus for B.Tech./B.E. (both computing device technological know-how and Electronics branches) and MCA scholars of Kerala college, MG college, Calicut collage, CUSAT Cochin (deemed) college. it's also compatible for NIT Calicut (deemed) collage, Anna college, UP Technical college, Amritha Viswa (deemed) Vidyapeeth, Karunya (deemed) college and Rajasthan Vidyapeeth (deemed) collage. in addition, this publication covers just about all the themes of the opposite Indian and overseas Universities the place this topic is there of their undergraduate and graduate courses. All attempt is made to debate the subjects within the easiest real way with out loosing its features.

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Since each function runs in its own environment or context, it becomes possible for a function to call itself — a technique known as recursion. This capability is extremely useful and extensively used — because many problems are elegantly specified or solved in a recursive way. 36 PRINCIPLES OF DATA STRUCTURES USING C AND C++ The stack is a region of main memory within which programs temporarily store data as they execute. For example, when a program sends parameters to a function, the parameters are placed on the stack.

MEMORY MANAGEMENT 23 Two problems arise in the context of storage release. One is the accumulation of garbage (called garbage collection) and another is that of dangling reference, which is discussed in following sections. 4. GARBAGE COLLECTION Suppose some memory space becomes reusable when a node (or a variable) is deleted from a list or an entire list is deleted from a program. Obviously, we would like the space to be made available for future use. One way to bring this about is to immediately reinsert the space into the free-storage list-using delete or free.

When the count reaches 0, the memory block is not accessed by any other pointer and it can be returned to the free list. This technique completely eliminates the dangling reference problem. 7. STORAGE COMPACTION Storage compaction is another technique for reclaiming free storage. Compaction works by actually moving blocks of data from one location in the memory to another so as to collect all the free blocks into one single large block. Once this single block gets too small again, the compaction mechanism is called gain to reclaim the unused storage.

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