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douably  linked list with thread

Posted on 2000-02-14
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my list is sorted alphabetically and then the thread is supposed to go from decr number to incr.

My question is where in the add should i do the thread?  Any suggestions how?  Also where and how in delerte?
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Question by:superdesio
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by:superdesio
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the list has a name then a id number.  The primary ordering is the name then the id number goin from least to most.
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by:KangaRoo
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I do not understand what you mean with 'thread' in this context.

Do you need to know about inserting and deleting from a sorted list?
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by:superdesio
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i have a doublely linked list that is sorted by name.  then i have  a third pointer in node that will order the  list by number
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sirwnstn earned 50 total points
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Your question is a bit cryptic.  If you are asking about adding and deleting elements while keeping the integrity of the thread, I suggest keeping a pointer to the front and end of the thread.
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