Simple Linked List Implementation Snippets


An example of a simple double linked list using OOP techniques

Simple singly linked lists example usage; it is only one of many possible implementations

C++ source code for singly linked list - insert, remove, add, count

Iterate enumerative and associate array using for loop in php.

07 April, 2014   

Adding a linked server to MSSQL account - particularly a MYSQL server

30 August, 2015   

Loads the contents of a dir an sorts them by the date of creation.

11 December, 2014   

C++ code snippet of simple stack using linked lists, can be used for database management system.

A JavaScript implementation of the famous sprintf() function

By default Symfony displays forms in tables, with each new input being a table row. If you want to display your forms more semantically with fieldsets and lists, Symfony has a list formatter built in. You can tell an individual form to display as a list using the code below.

28 June, 2012   

Function to generate soundex code for any string (usually a name). Conforms to Knuth's algorithm and the common Perl implementation.

This function will not recurs subdirectories - it will only return a list of sub folder on the "first" level.

This function builds an HTML select list from from data retrieved from a mySQL table.

25 March, 2012   

JavaScript Codes to show alert box on mouse over

When developing applications that need to operate on files and directories it is a common task to, for example, get the list of all sub-directories for a given directory.

Example code for merge sort of an integer list

20 October, 2012   

Create dynamic variables from a query or a list.

20 July, 2015   

This example shows how to serialize a simple object by using the XmlSerializer.

An example of simple stack using linked lists, can be used for database management system.

27 August, 2012   

HTML code for Standard List Navigation

23 May, 2011   

Are you looking for an easy way to launch an alert box on mouse over? This script will do just that. This JavaScript provides an easy way to alert your visitors. However, please ensure you use this script cautiously, as you certainly don't want to irritate your visitors and cause them to leave your web site.