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using multiple queues

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I am trying to write a program that uses three queues for inputs of numbers. The problem i am having is I am not quite sure how to designate the seperate queues. can they be named as queue(a), queue(b) and queue(c)? how can i define the different queues for the compiler to understand. Sorry if this is confusing, thank you
Aug 14 '07 #1
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I am trying to write a program that uses three queues for inputs of numbers. The problem i am having is I am not quite sure how to designate the seperate queues. can they be named as queue(a), queue(b) and queue(c)? how can i define the different queues for the compiler to understand. Sorry if this is confusing, thank you
Hi,
For naming the queue , u can assign the name to the queue by the nature of the data it stores.
Why the compiler has to worry about multiple queues if u have different names?
Can u be more specific
Raghuram
Aug 14 '07 #2

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