A data structure is concurrent if it organizes and stores data to be accessed by the multiple computing threads or we can say asynchronous processes on a system. The term “concurrency” is known to define the 2 terms of the operations that are performed simultaneously by the threads up on the data: 1. Multiplexing of […]
There are modern languages that come with standard libraries implementing the most common of the data structures. Some example of such languages are java collections frame work, C++ standard template library, Microsoft’s .Net frame work etc. Modular programming (it is the separation between the interface of the module and its implementation) is generally supported by […]
There are different modes available for accessing files as mentioned below: 1. Serial 2. Sequential 3. Indexed sequential and 4. Random Here the sequential mode has been discussed in detail.
What is a Sequential File?
– A file that stores in it the records one after the other i.e., as per the key field order […]
What is a Data Type?
A data type can be considered to be a method of interpretation of the pattern of bits and are of the following types: 1. Intrinsic data types: These are the in built data types in a programming language. These data types make the processing and storage of the data quite […]