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The LEDA Manual Page (the type specification)

In general the specification of a LEDA data type consists of five parts: a definition of the set of objects comprising the (parameterized) abstract data type, a list of all local types of the data type, a description of how to create an object of the data type, the definition of the operations available on the objects of the data type, and finally, information about the implementation. The five parts appear under the headers definition, types, creation, operations, and implementation, respectively. Sometimes there is also a fifth part showing an example.


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Christian Uhrig 2017-04-07