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linked list

[′liŋkt ′list]
(computer science)
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linked list

(programming)
A data structure in which each element contains a pointer to the next element, thus forming a linear list.

A doubly linked list contains pointers to both the next and previous elements.
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linked list

In data management, a group of items, each of which points to the next item. It allows for the organization of a sequential set of data in noncontiguous storage locations.
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