sajad torkamani

When working with most data structures, you’ll typically perform four operations:

  • Read: You want to look up some data at a particular point in the data structure (e.g., look up the value at index 4 of an array).
  • Search: You want to find a value within the data structure (e.g., find the value “foo” within an array).
  • Insert: You want to add a value to the data structure.
  • Delete: You want to remove a value from the data structure.