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In this fifth installment of the article series we’re going to examine graphs. Graphs are composed of a set of nodes and edges, just like trees, but with graphs there are no rules for the connections between nodes. With graphs, there is no concept of a root node, nor is there a concept of parents and children. Rather, a graph is a collection of interconnected nodes.

I was surprised not to find the link on Scott’s website. Thank you for the heads up!

I’ll get it linked up eventually. I just found out about it myself about 10 minutes ago!

Isn’t it your editor job a MSDN article be titled correctly?

Why “Extensive Examination of Data Structures”?

Why not just “Quick’n’dirty Introduction” ? (No offence intended)

Mike.