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(* Link describes a linked list *) Link: (# succ: ^Link; (* tail of this Link *) elm: @integer; (* content element of this Link *) Insert: (* Insert an element after this Link *) (# E: @integer; R: ^Link; enter E do &Link->R; (* R denotes a new instance of Link *) E->R.elm; (* E=R.elm *) succ->R.succ; (* tail of this Link = tail of R *) R->succ; (* R=tail of this Link *) #) #) (* Test the linked list *) (# head: @Link do 1->head.Insert; 2->head.Insert; 6->head.Insert; 24->head.Insert; ( * head = (0 24 6 2 1) *) #)
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Dictionary and script maintained by Neal Ziring, last major modifications 3/18/98. Most recent additions to dictionary and master list, 1/00.