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Queues: Java: Data Structures
Queues: Java: Data Structures

A queue is a linear list in which items are added at one end and deleted from the other end. Familiar examples are queues at a bank, a supermarket, a concert, or a sporting event. People are supposed to join the queue at the rear and exit from the front.

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Developer Programming Languages Java

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