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Self-Referential Structure

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      What is a self-referential structure?


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      A self-referential structure is a type of data structures which refer to the pointer to points another structure of the same type.

      The self-referential structure is used in many of the data structures like in

      (i) Linked List
      (ii) Trees
      (iii) Graphs
      (iv) Heap etc

      For instance, a linked list is assumed to be a self-referential data structure. The succeeding node of a node is being pointed, which is of the same struct type.


      Regards,
      Nitesh Bavishiya

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