Some "hello world"-style data structure objects. Helps with inane tech interview questions and/or teaching computer science - whichever comes first.
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README.md

Hello Data Structures

A repository illustrating the use of various languages to create data structures.

Whereas this repository could potentially become a total sprawl of code, this repository intends to start simple and focus on implementing a few basic data structures in major languages:

  • Arrays
  • Linked lists
  • Maps
  • Binary trees
  • Graphs
  • Chess board?