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How can i implement a Linked List in Java ?
 
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Is this a homework question or do you just need a linked list ? If the latter, there already is an implementation in the core api.
 
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And if the former, this article may help you out.
 
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And it is also possible to implement a "Doubly-linked list" in java

It was one of my first home work 'jobs', when I started out with Java. I had a "Doubly-linked list" programed in C++, and this code was the 'template' for the Java code.

The Java version is now improved over the the C++ version
[ August 14, 2008: Message edited by: Rene Larsen ]
 
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