Exercises in .NET with Andras Nemes
Sometimes you need a collection that’s modified a lot: you insert, update and remove items. A List of T is then inefficient as it needs to constantly rearrange all other items. The LinkedList class might be a better candidate.
A linked list is a doubly-linked list. Each item has a Next and Previous pointer to look at which element comes right before and after a particular object in the list. A linked list is very efficient at inserting and deleting items in particular.
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