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start = new Node(x, null); start = new Node(x);
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So once again, the two-argument constructor provides the best solution. Note that unlike the simpler version in Example 3.11, the complete insert() method in Example 3.12 has to return the start node reference, because that reference may be changed at line 5. DELETING FROM A SORTED LINKED LIST Implementing an ordered list with a linked structure makes insertion far more efficient because it eliminates the need to shift elements. The same is true for deletion. Like the insert() method, the delete() method has two main parts: (1) find the element; (2) delete it. It also handles the special case at the front of the list separately. Example 3.13 shows the delete() method. EXAMPLE 3.13 Linked List Deletion
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Node delete(Node start, int x) { // precondition: the list is in ascending order; 3 // postconditions: the list is in ascending order, and if it did 4 // contains x, then the first occurrence of x has been deleted; 5 if (start == null || start.data > x) { // x is not in the list 6 return start; 7 } else if (start.data == x) { // x is the first element in the list 8 return start.next; 9 } 10 for (Node p = start; p.next != null; p = p.next) { 11 if (p.next.data > x) { 12 break; // x is not in the list 13 } else if (p.next.data == x) { // x is in the p.next node 14 p.next = p.next.next; // delete it 15 break; 16 } 17 } 18 return start; 19 } If the list is empty, then start == null and nothing has to be done. Also, if the first element is greater than x, then since the list is sorted, all the elements must be greater than x, so x is not in the list. Both of
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these cases are handled first at line 5. If the first element in the list equals x, then it is deleted at line 8. This is done by returning start.next to start, as shown in Figure 3.23. If no other reference is pointing to the original start node, then it will be deleted by the Java garbage collector. If the first element of the list is less than x, then the for loop at line 10 searches for the first element that is greater than or equal to x. If it finds one greater, then the method breaks at line 12 and returns without changing the list. If it finds an element equal to x, then it deletes it at line 14. This is illustrated in Figure 3.24.
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NESTED CLASSES In Java, a class member may be a field, a constructor, a method, an interface, or another class. A class that is a member of another class is called a nested class.
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Figure 3.23 Deleting the first element from a sorted linked list
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Figure 3.24 Deleting any other element from a sorted linked list
If the only place where a class Y will be used is within another class X, then class Y should be nested within class X. This is an important example of the information hiding principle that we have applied in other contexts. If X is any type (class or interface) and Y is any other type nested within X, then every member of X is accessible from Y and every member of Y is accessible from X. This is illustrated in Example 3.14. The Main class in Example 3.14 has a private nested class named Nested. Both classes have a private int field. Main declares and initializes m at line 2; Nested declares and initializes n at line 15. The Nested class also defines a private method f() at line 17.
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