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Linked allocation vs. Sequential allocation, Operations on Linked Lists realized in terms of Stacks & Queues with boundary conditions, programming errors & rectifications, Cyclic permutation in Stack push & pop, Partial Ordering, Group Activity, Case Study of Topological Sorting; Characterization, explanation, analysis & applications of Topological Sorting Algorithm, Exercise on Inverting a Linked list, Programs for practice.
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