(Data Type | Data Structure)


A type is the classification of value according to:

  • how they are represented (the structure)
  • the properties that they have (the operations)

A data structure is a complex data type that can not be compared/represented by a unique value.


You will not find language data structure in this section such as:

See also:

The clarity of examples, and the software’s decipherability and debuggability in the real world, are likely far more important. Form must communicate function.

Data Structure and Algorithm


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