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Working With Linked Lists in Python (Summary)

You learned all about linked lists in this course. Like most other data structures, linked lists can be tricky when you’re first learning about them, but with enough practice, you’ll be able to implement them with ease.

In this course, you learned about:

  • What linked lists are and when you should use them
  • How to use collections.deque to implement queues and stacks
  • How to implement your own linked list and node classes, plus relevant methods
  • What the other types of linked lists are and what they can be used for

Here are resources for more information about linked lists in Python:

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Ghani on Oct. 22, 2020

I’ll need some time to digest the course but it was very well explained and presented. Thanks!

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