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Implementation of advanced data structures

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Hi,

First of all I am a computer science higher level student.

Are we considered to be able to implement advanced data structures like trees and linked list. I am a bit confused because our teacher told us that we need to be able to implement those things, but in the CS Guide 2014 i didn't see that. I am also confused a bit about advanced data structures like maps and hash tables, because we learned that, and i have seen this in our older books, but there is no word about it in the CS Guide 2014.  I would also like to ask if someone would say to me what advanced data structures are we considered to implement and what sorting/searching algorithms are we considered to implement.

 

 

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You will need to understand: stacks, queues, linked lists and trees. You won't need to create one from scratch but you do need to be able to write pseudocode using them as seen in the HL part of the pseudocode guide

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