Dequeue is implemented as a doubly linked circular list with a titular head
node. By "titular head node", I mean an empty node to designate the beginning
and end of the circularly linked list. I first saw this construction in the
linux kernel source and it seem simple and elegant. I added the
property to use it like I was using an Array.
var Dequeue = require('dequeue') //var fifo =  var fifo = new Dequeue() fifo.length === 0 //=> true fifo.push(d1) fifo.length === 1 //=> true fifo.unshift(d2) fifo.pop() === d1 //=> true fifo.push(d3) fifo.shift() === d2 //=> true fifo.length === 1 //=> true; only d3 is in the dequeue
Push a value on the end.
Remove a value off the end.
Push a value on the beginning.
Remove a value off the beginning.
Examine the value of the end without removing it.
Examine the value of the beginning without removing it.
Remove all entries. This is NOT a test for an empty dequeue; use
Something this simple does not really need a roadmap. However, I am thinking of adding APIs to facilitate walking the Linked List via an iterator. It will be simple and fully backward compatible.