# Test your basic knowledge on DATASTRUCTURES

Why the pointer is used in function?
Function has a property that it returns only one value. But in several circumstances, function has to return more than on value that is possible only through pointers.
Function has a property that it returns only one value. But in several circumstances, function has to return more than on value that is not possible through pointers.
Function can more than one value with out pointers.
None of the above
A linked list is a linear collection of data elements called nodes, which store a group of data elements belonging to the same type.
A linked list is a non- linear collection of data elements called nodes, which store a group of data elements belonging to the same type.
A linked list is a non- linear collection of data elements called nodes, which store a group of data elements belonging to the different type.
None of the above
What are the various operations you can perform on linked lists?
Insert, delete
Traverse, search, sort
Insert, delete , Traverse, search & sort
None of the above
What is the structure of the linked lists?
A linked list contains two nodes, data and link. The data node contains the data value and link node contains the address of the next node.
A linked list contains two nodes, data and link. The data node contains the data value and link node contains the address of the present node.
None of the above
Is this statement is true or false? “ The first node in a singly linked list is known as NULL”
True
False
Not a valid statement
None of the above
What are the various types of linked lists are?
Generalise & Singly
Doubly
Circular
All of the above
Stack is working on which principle?
FIFO
LIFO
FIFO & LIFO
None of the above
What is the use of stack?
Stack is used for expressing and evaluating an expression.
Stack is used for storing sequence of actions.
Stack is used for expressing and evaluating an expression & Stack is used for storing sequence of actions
None of the above
In how many ways can you delete a node from linked list?
Deleting from the beginning of the list
Deleting from the ending of the list
Deleting from the specified position of the list & deleting from the specified node
All of the above
Singly
doubly
Singly or doubly
None of the above
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