FAQ: Nodes: Conceptual - Nodes Introduction

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Computer Science

Linear Data Structures

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Has anyone answered the questions in the Instructions?

Why do you think Nodes are so common?
What do they add that isn’t built-in to a language?

My answers:
Nodes are common because they are the basic unit of a data structure and what they add that isn’t built-in to a language is the link to another node.

I’m interested in computer science concepts. Any corrections, info shared, or info expanded on would be greatly appreciated. :v:


Why do you think Nodes are so common?
I think Nodes are common because they re the most fundamental piece of a global hierachy. They stock datas who are one of the fundamental piece of a program. They re like the brick of a wall.

What do they add that is not built in to a language?
They add a relation with other datas.

Why do you think Nodes are so common?
I think nodes are popular because it allows nodes connect with other nodes.

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