Reynald walks through a detailed example of the linked list built in .NET. The purpose is so the student familiarizes themselves with the built-in version of this concept in .NET. Reynald talks through the API and some executions of them. After having created a custom version of the algorithm, the student should have a better understanding as to what’s happening behind the scenes in the built-in version in .NET.
- [Instructor] So what we're going to do now is…demonstrate .net's built in LinkedList class features.…As I mentioned earlier, LinkedLists are very popular,…and it is part of a lot of different frameworks,…including .net, and so it's really good to get familiar…with how it is built into it,…and what features it has, so we're going to…walk through some of this code, and point some out,…but I want you to be able to get used to,…if you haven't already been doing this as a developer,…going to the definition of built in classes.…
It's a great way to get familiar of how they leverage…all their features, these are the individuals that…design and enhance the C# language,…so they know best how to use its capabilities,…so it makes perfect sense to go in to see what methods,…what classes they use, and they also have nice summaries…that explain each of these classes,…so I urge you to go through and see…all these features that are available,…not only when we're working with algorithms such as these,…but also in your career,…
- Working with linked lists
- Creating a stack
- Defining a queue
- Performing a binary search
- Finding target values with a linear search
Skill Level Beginner
1. Algorithms and Data Structure Overview
Reasons for this course1m 26s
2. Linked List
5. Binary Search
6. Linear Search
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