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MCSE-102-ADVANCED-DATA-STRUCTURE-AND-ALGORITHM--->View question

Name a data structure that follows the FIFO principle.

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First In, First Out (Queue)
FIFO is a term that refers to use whatever was added first. For example, let’s assume that a stack of trays is being set on the floor. The older trays are stacked on the bottom while the newer trays are stacked on the top. Now, when we work using FIFO, the last tray which arrived first would be used first. The trays will be used in the same way the trays were stacked.

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The first in, first-out rule applies (Queue). The phrase FIFO refers to the practice of using whatever was added first. Let's pretend that a stack of trays is being placed on the floor. The earlier trays are on the bottom, while the newer trays are on top. When working with FIFO, the final tray that arrived first is now used first. The trays will be stacked in the same manner as before.

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