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Keyed Table data structure?
[b][red]This message was edited by komakala at 2006-9-12 20:43:9[/red][/b][hr]
I'm trying to figure out which data structure would be the best for me to use. I'm trying to make a table where each row in the first column has a unique key. I know stacks won't work for my purposes. But I'm not sure if I'll need to use a keyed linked list, or a queue of sorts, or possibly some other data structure that I haven't remembered yet.
The user doesn't need to see the structure, it should be in the background and each cell holds a single character. I'm using VS 2005, any suggestions would be helpful.
Edit: Added more details to my question.
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