18-AUG-2020: Created module as the beginning of the new data structures sequence
2-SEP-2020: Added links to CPP documentation for lists and maps
Core data structures: Arrays, Lists, Maps, & Trees
Combinations of these four data structures form the organizational backbone for many software components. Explore the essential features of each in their respective sub-page. Then apply your knowledge in exercise 1 by generating diagrams of data structures that reflect how data inside various electronic devices and software samples might be organized. Exercise two invites you to scour your physical surroundings, work, and digital traversals for your own examples of items and processes that are ripe for structuring with these essential storage building blocks.
This module was designed as an introductory content container and activity set for CIT-245: Data structures and programming C++ taught at the Community College of Allegheny County
The vector class in the std library meets most of our listing needs. First, explore what the vector can do for us by referencing its official GCC documentation