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Shell Sort is a generalized version of insertion sort. It is an in–place comparison sort. Shell Sort is also known as diminishing increment sort, it is one of

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A doubly linked list is an advanced form of linked list which has the ability to traverse back and forth i.e. in both the direction. It possesses an

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In a circular linked list all nodes are connected in a continuous cycle. Each node has two part Data and Next as a singly linked list has. The

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In earlier posts of linked lists, we have discussed about Linked list and some of its basic operations like Insertion and Deletion. Insertion – Insertion to Linked List – Explanation,

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ASP.NET Identity is one of recent membership and identity management framework supported by Microsoft and this system can be plugged to any recent ASP.NET framework such as Web API, MVC, Web

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Microsoft announced last year that it has planned to have one billion devices which will be running on their latest window i.e. Windows 10 by the mid of

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Reversing a linked list is one of the most commonly asked data structure interview questions. Shown the linked list 10, 20, 30. After reversed operation, it should be

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Heap Sort is comparison based sorting algorithm. It uses binary heap data structure. Heap Sort can be assumed as improvised version of Selection Sort where we find the

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In our previous post we have discussed about Linked lists and how to insert a node in a linked list(at the front, at the end and somewhere in

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Insertion to linked list can be done in three ways: Inserting a node at the front of linked list. Inserting a node at the end of linked list. Inserting a

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