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COMPARISON OF ARRAYS



Static Array



Size should be known at compilation time.
Time require to access any element is less.
if not all elements used by the application, then memory is wasted.
Not good for sparse memory or when the size changes.
Good for contagious data.



Associative Array



No need of size information at compile time.
Time require to access an element increases with size of the array.
Compact memory usage for sparse arrays.
User don't need to keep track of size. It is automatically resized.
Good inbuilt methods for Manipulating and analyzing the content.



Dynamic Array



No need of size information at compile time.
To set the size or resize, the size should be provided at runtime.
Performance to access elements is same as Static arrays.
Good for contagious data.
Memory usage is very good, as the size can be changed dynamically.



Queues



No need of size information at compile time.
Performance to access elements is same as Static arrays.
User doesn't need to provide size information to change the size. It is automatically resized.
Rich set of inbuilt methods for Manipulating and analyzing the content.
Useful in self-checking modules. Very easy to work with out of order transactions.
Inbuilt methods for sum of elements, sorting all the elements.
Searching for elements is very easy even with complex expressions.
Useful to model FIFO or LIFO.






Index
Introduction
Data Types
Literals
Strings
Userdefined Datatypes
Enumarations
Structures And Uniouns
Typedef
Arrays
Array Methods
Dynamic Arrays
Associative Arrays
Queues
Comparison Of Arrays
Linked List
Casting
Data Declaration
Reg And Logic
Operators 1
Operators 2
Operator Precedency
Events
Control Statements
Program Block
Procedural Blocks
Fork Join
Fork Control
Subroutines
Semaphore
Mailbox
Fine Grain Process Control

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