Queue data structure in VB.net
By: Issac in VB.net Tutorials on 2009-01-30
In VB.NET, you can implement a queue data structure using the
Queue class. Here's an example:
Dim queue As New Queue() ' Adding items to the queue queue.Enqueue("apple") queue.Enqueue("banana") queue.Enqueue("cherry") ' Removing items from the queue Dim item1 As String = queue.Dequeue() Dim item2 As String = queue.Dequeue() ' Displaying the remaining items in the queue For Each item As String In queue Console.WriteLine(item) Next
In this example, we first create a new
Queue object. We then add three items to the queue using the
Enqueue method. Next, we remove two items from the queue using the
Dequeue method, which removes and returns the item at the beginning of the queue. Finally, we loop through the remaining items in the queue and display them using a
For Each loop.
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