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# CS301 GDB Spring 2019 Solution & Discussion Last Date: 02-08-2019

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# CS301 GDB 100% Correct Solution 2019 WITH EXPLANATION

CS301 GDB SOLUTION WITH EXPLANATION

CS301 GDB 1 Idea Solution
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In the above given scenario, Loops are the best which we can opt to use. As we have limited memory available, loops are perfect option because internally for every recursion (i.e.) for every return value a new stack is created. So, a lot of memory is wasted if we have many recursion calls.

Recursion repeatedly invokes the mechanism, and consequently the overhead, of method calls. This can be expensive in both processor time and memory space while loops don't as they use iteration.

In loops, we define set of iterations based on given conditions. So for example for i >20 when the given condition is satisfied it executes the set of instructions in the loop when it finishes execution then the instance created for i >20 does not exist in memory because all instances created are destroyed where as in recursion instances are kept as they enable backtracking.
So this proves that memory wise Loops are efficient as loops instances are cleared after every iterations. Hence, in applications where memory is less, loops are optimal choice and when memory is abundant and backtracking is required then recursion should be used.

CS301 GDB 1 Idea Solution
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In the above given scenario, Loops are the best which we can opt to use. As we have limited memory available, loops are perfect option because internally for every recursion (i.e.) for every return value a new stack is created. So, a lot of memory is wasted if we have many recursion calls.

Recursion repeatedly invokes the mechanism, and consequently the overhead, of method calls. This can be expensive in both processor time and memory space while loops don't as they use iteration.

In loops, we define set of iterations based on given conditions. So for example for i >20 when the given condition is satisfied it executes the set of instructions in the loop when it finishes execution then the instance created for i >20 does not exist in memory because all instances created are destroyed where as in recursion instances are kept as they enable backtracking.
So this proves that memory wise Loops are efficient as loops instances are cleared after every iterations. Hence, in applications where memory is less, loops are optimal choice and when memory is abundant and backtracking is required then recursion should be used.

Singly linked list data structure I all prefer to use to bulid reqiured application. Searching of product should be efficient and application should take minimum possible memory . Beacus

.it uses less memory per nod.

.Complexity of insertion aand deletion at a known position is o.

.if we need to save memory and searching is not requrired ,we use singly linked list.

.it allows traversal only inone way.

Singly linked list can mostly be used for stacks.

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Singly linked list data structure I all prefer to use to bulid reqiured application. Searching of product should be efficient and application should take minimum possible memory . Beacus

.it uses less memory per nod.

.Complexity of insertion aand deletion at a known position is o.

.if we need to save memory and searching is not requrired ,we use singly linked list.

.it allows traversal only inone way.

Singly linked list can mostly be used for stacks.

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