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Introducing Data Structures with Java by David Cousins

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16

Case Study 3—A Flight Departures Timetable

16.1 INTRODUCTION

This Case Study will apply the concepts discussed in Chapter 9—Linked Lists.

16.2 THE APPLICATION

In Chapter 9, Section 9.2, we discussed an airport departures timetable. In this case study, we create that application. The illustration in the chapter is shown again here, as a ‘sequence’ of flight details ordered by departure time:

0900 Singapore
0915 London Heathrow
0925 Paris
0940 Mumbai
0950 Sydney
1005 Kolkatta
1015 Amsterdam
1025 Dubai

Data of this kind are subject to frequent change. Items will be deleted with the departure of the corresponding flight and inserted as new flights enter the schedule. A departure may not occur for technical reasons or because ...

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