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By dotCore
Submitted: Mar 03 2013 / 14:10

Doubly linked lists are a very useful data-structure. You can add and remove elements, and scan forwards and backwards all in constant time. This makes a list a useful "container" that can contain a group of things that may or may not need to be ordered. The question becomes what is the best way to make one in C?
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