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Asked On2019-06-29 13:17:05 by:shreyapottekatt

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Array is a collection of elements of similar data type. Linked List is an ordered collection of elements of same type, which are connected to each other using pointers.

Array supports Random Access, which means elements can be accessed directly using their index. Linked List supports Sequential Access, which means to access any element/node in a linked list, we have to sequentially traverse the complete linked list, upto that element.
In an array, elements are stored in contiguous memory location or consecutive manner in the memory. In a linked list, new elements can be stored anywhere in the memory.
Memory is allocated as soon as the array is declared, at compile time. It's also known as Static Memory Allocation. Memory is allocated at runtime, as and when a new node is added. It's also known as Dynamic Memory Allocation.
Size of the array must be specified at time of array decalaration. Size of a Linked list is variable. It grows at runtime, as more nodes are added to it.
Array gets memory allocated in the Stack section. Whereas, linked list gets memory allocated in Heap section.

Answerd on:2019-07-01 Answerd By:ChocoLite


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