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Posted on 2007-03-21
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Hi, I have this code:

public class IntNodoLSL
    {
        public int info;
        public IntNodoLSL next;
        public IntNodoLSL(int i)
        {
            this(i, null);
        }
        public IntNodoLSL(int i, IntNodoLSL n)
        {
            info = i; next = n;
        }
    }

it creates a node for a singly linked list but in the line this(i,null) when I compile it it marks an error "Method name expected" what can be wrong?

Thank you!!!
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Question by:gothic130
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by:gregoryyoung
ID: 18766509
try ...

this.IntNodoLSL(i, null);

also why write this when there is already a LinkedList<T> class? :)
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by:gothic130
ID: 18766567
Could you explain this:    "also why write this when there is already a LinkedList<T> class?"
maybe my problem is that I don't realy understand the code!

thank you!
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by:gregoryyoung
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I mean why write a SinglyLinked list when there is a class in the framework already that is a linkedlist :)
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by:gothic130
ID: 18766653
Could you tell me where is it???

:)
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gregoryyoung earned 200 total points
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http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/he2s3bh7.aspx its doubly linked but close enough :)

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by:gregoryyoung
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you mat also want to look at List<T> which is a list implemented as a dynamically sized array.
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by:gregoryyoung
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whoops missed that they were constructors for your original question the answer to that is change it to ...


        public IntNodoLSL(int i) :  this(i, null);
        {
        }
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by:gothic130
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You are right!!!!   Thank you very much!  It works now:

public IntNodoLSL(int i) :  this(i, null)
{
}
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