(computing) a list in which each item contains both data and a pointer to one or both neighbouring items, thus eliminating the need for the data items to be ordered in memory
A data structure in which each element contains a pointer to the next element, thus forming a linear list.
A doubly linked list contains pointers to both the next and previous elements.
noun, Prosody. 1. a rhyme in which the end of one line together with the first sound of the next line forms a rhyme with the end of another line.
noun, Prosody. 1. a Japanese verse form in which stanzas of three lines alternating with stanzas of two lines are composed by two or more poets in alternation.
[lingk] /lɪŋk/ noun 1. one of the rings or separate pieces of which a chain is composed. 2. anything serving to connect one part or thing with another; a bond or tie: The locket was a link with the past. 3. a unit in a communications system, as a radio relay station or a television […]
noun, Phonetics. 1. the r- sound as reintroduced into an utterance where there is an r in the spelling by speakers of an r- dropping dialect when a postvocalic r they would normally drop, as in the pronunciation of far as [fah] /fɑ/ (Show IPA) becomes intervocalic, as in far away pronounced as [fahr-uh-wey] /ˈfɑr […]