Back at it again with the data structures! This week I’ll be writing about a topic I just learned about, namely double linked lists and an algorithmic technique known as two pointer list iteration.

Two weeks ago I discussed what is known as a singly linked list, a string of nodes that each possess data and a pointer that connects them to a string of data points. What makes these “singly linked lists”, is the fact that the list goes in only one direction. Each node has a next attribute, but no previous attribute. This means that, when iterating through…

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