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3:41am Thu 26th Oct, Christopher M.

"Mahit Gupta" [email protected] wrote:

In the question of hastable where we only need to write 2 functions, do we just assume that there is a function called add_to_list or something so that we just use that in our int add_to_hashtable(HASHTABLE *hashtable, char *string); or do we need to write our own function for the lists aswell?

(a reminder than there's many different ways to implement a hashtable)

But if you wished to follow an implementation requiring, say, add_to_list, then, yes, you'd need to write that too. You can rely of there being standard library functions, such as for string handling, etc, that work in the standard way, but anything else needs to be written by you.

(and, if not, the question would say "you can assume the existence of...." )

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