[gclist] Baker's treadmill without a doubly linked list.
Wed, 29 Jan 1997 23:19:48 -0700
At 8:44 PM -0800 1/29/97, Henry G. Baker wrote:
>Basically, if you aren't working in machine language, but 'higher level'
>languages (Ada, Pascal, C/C++,...); most of these languages make it
>pretty difficult to keep things consistent when objects change their
>physical location (address). The lists allow the effect of movement,
>without actually moving things.
The method I posted doesn't move anything either.
Only pointers in an array are swapped. The objects themselves
remain in place.
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