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Posted 26 Mar 2013

The List Trifecta, Part 1

, 20 May 2016 LGPL3
The A-list is an all-purpose list, a data structure that can support most standard list operation in O(log n) time and does lots of other stuff, too



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7 - publicly available No 20-May-16 11:48 Available Qwertie
Fix typo, add a couple of links
6 No 13-Aug-14 4:01 Available Qwertie
Add links to part 2, part 3 and to the DList article
5 No 13-Aug-14 3:55 Available Qwertie
Fixed a couple of internal AList bugs. Switched to distribution via NuGet and GitHub (zip file was NOT updated, link to it was removed instead)
4 No 8-Sep-13 3:59 Available Qwertie
"AList on the inside": demonstrated runtime structure with two new diagrams
3 No 26-Mar-13 12:24 Available Qwertie
Updates in content. 1451 changes had been made.
2 No 26-Mar-13 12:01 Composing Qwertie
Updates in content. 460 changes had been made.
1 No 26-Mar-13 11:27 Composing Qwertie
Initial creation


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