I would apreciate,
if you kindly point out the clues and answer to my question.
Linkedlists are the only subject i never realy touched while
reading C and doing various programming, for the last
last couple of days i have read on it extensively and can
figure out the algorithm fine.
but i cant figure out the concept behind it in "its usage
in database programming" whats the point of this dynamicaly
allocated structures related to each other through these
pointer nodes either to add or delete a member, which
in actuality can be done through a simple "random access file"
procedure of adding a new record to a file or deleting one
then again if linkedlist is good just for the life of the program.
then how does it attribute to a data base system.
can u provide me with an example(not an bank account again)
of utilizing a linkedlist in a real world environment.
at the cost of being repetitive and boring, i would like
to know why cant we replace linkedlists by using
rendom access files?what r the differences.?
by the way i would understand its usage in a game environment.
it makes sense(dynamic environment). but other fields?