Queue Implementation Using Linked List and Array in C++
A queue is a linear structure that performs operations in a specific order. The order is First In First Out (FIFO). Any lineup of consumers for a resource where the consumer who arrived first is served first is an example of a queue. The distinction between stacks and queues is in how they are removed. In a stack, we remove the most recently added item; in a queue, we remove the item that was added the least recently.
All the details discuss with code in the video below:
Queue Using Linked List:
Queue Using Array: