Data structures is the logical arrangement of data as used by a system for data management. —A collection of data elements whose organization is managed by the operations that are used to store and retrieve the individual data elements. More specifically, a data structure is a collection of fundamental types (like integers, floating point numbers, characters etc. ) represents an identifiable entity and enables us to perform operations on it. —For example, Time can be represented as a collection of hours, minutes and seconds and the operations that can be performed on it include (a) increasing time every second and (b) adding two time entities and etc. C introduced struct for creating and manipulating data structures, C++ extended struct to class.

The purpose of this tutorial is to present you the manner in which data is organized and represented and to get familiarized with important, most often used and efficient data structuring techniques. —After completion of this tutorial, you will be equipped with data organization mechanisms enabling you to write simple, clear, and efficient programs.

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