## Implementation of Stacks Using Queues

Introduction In this article, we will work on a very interesting problem called the implementation of stacks using queues, which will require an understanding of both data structures, namely stacks and queues. So, in case you are not familiar with ...

## Reversing a Queue

Introduction Reversing a Queue is one of the most fundamental questions in the queue it is generally not asked directly in interviews but is used to solve various questions asked in interviews. It is crucial to understand the in and ...

## Introduction to Data Structures for Interviews: Stack And Queue

Introduction Before learning about stack and queue, let us first focus on Data Structures Interviews. Data Structure is one of the most important subjects in Computer Science and for all people who dream of cracking a Software Development Engineer (SDE) ...

## How to Manage Data Structures & Development Together?

If you are an engineering student, at some or other point, you must have been told that Data Structures are important. But also that we need to focus on development because that is what will make our portfolio and that ...

## Introduction to Deque its applications

Dequeue stands for “Double concluded queue”, not like Queue arrangement (wherever we have a tendency to add some part from just one finish and delete the part from the different finish). In Dequeue we will add and delete a part ...

## Queue Data Structure and its applications

A queue is an abstract data type generally used in the same way as the name suggests. In Queue the insertion of elements occurs at the rear end and deletion occurs at the front end, works in (FIFO) manner. Inserting ...

## Implement Queue using Stacks

A queue could be an arrangement that works specifically, however, a real-life queue works. After you insert one thing into this arrangement, this new part is side at the top of it. On the opposite hand, after you take one ...

## Difference between Array, Queue & Stack

An array is a random access data structure, where each element can be accessed directly and in constant time. A typical illustration of random access is a book – each page of the book can be open independently of others. Random access ...