This blog provides an introductory overview of trees in data structures, covering their basic components, types, and applications, aimed at beginners to facilitate easy understanding and practical insights.


An overview of queues in data structures, explaining their FIFO principle and basic operations with a Python example, highlighting their practical significance.


Stacks are a Last In, First Out (LIFO) data structure, used for tasks like expression evaluation, function calls, and undo mechanisms, supporting operations like push, pop, and peek.

Linked Lists

Linked lists are a collection of nodes with data and references to other nodes, enabling efficient element addition and removal. Types include singly, doubly, and circular linked lists.


This document explains Python's approach to pointer-like references and memory management, using examples like variable assignment and linked list implementation.