traverse ?

This is a discussion on traverse ? within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; i was wondering why stacks and queues r not traversable in data structures because the books i read dont really ...

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    Question traverse ?

    i was wondering why stacks and queues r not traversable in data structures because the books i read dont really explain why so im kind of confused

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    just that the definition of a stack or a queue doesn't allow access to things that aren't on "top" or in "front". Nothing magical about it except that you've set up rules for how that data storage class works.
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    ooooh thanx thats just want i needed a simple little definiton that my brain could understand

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