#!js npm install smart-list
#!js var List = require("smart-list"); var list = new List(); list.push("foo"); console.log(list.pop());
unshift - function (data)
Insert an element at the beginning of the list.
push - function (data)
Insert an element at the end of the list.
shift - function ()
Retrieves the first element in the list.
pop - function ()
Retrieves the last element in the list.
first - function ()
Retrieves an Iterator to the first element.
last - function ()
Retrieves an Iterator to the last element.
size or length - function ()
Returns the total number of elements in the list.
data - property
The data stored that has been stored in the list. It can be also updated from here.
next - function ()
Retrieves the next element in the list.
previous - function ()
Retrieves the previous element in the list.
hasNext - function ()
Checks if there is an element after the current one.
hasPrevious - function ()
Checks if there is an element before the current one.
drop - function ()
Removes the element from the list. Further iterations will not point to it, however the iterator itself is not immediately destroyed.
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2015 Atanas Plachkov
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