Quick & Dirty Notes / Mini-Quiz: LinkedLists

What is a Linked List?

What is a Node?

What are the two types of Linked Lists — how are they different?

What are the Pros and Cons of these two type of lists?

Why would Linked Lists be better than Arrays or HashTables?

What are the bigO for linked list operations?

What is a pointer?

Define the structure of a linked list.

When defining a linked list, what is instantiated within the constructor method?

How does garbage collection impact Linked Lists?

How would you write a linked list class?

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