VB.NET exercises and solutions: singly linked list--OOP


Singly linked list

Exercise: By using VB.NET objected-oriented concept, create a singly linked list.

The singly linked list is a chain of its item. Each item contain two parts--data and a link. The data part is to store information and the link part of an item is used to point or to store the address of the next item.

C single linked list

You are going to build a singly linked list that has two links--one(pfirst) links to the first item of the list and another one(plast) point to the last item of the list. The program also provides a menu of choices that a user can use do some operations on the linked list data structure.

VB linkedlist operations menu  

Solution: To keep the solution simple, we divide it in to different steps as you see their links on the left menu.




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Michel comment

 Michel

I have tried everything to copy the code from the window and paste it on vb.net, but failed to get it running as all the text is unformatted.
Please help me fix this problem.


2017-02-04




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