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. The other kind being called Intrinsic or Autonomous.

(Global vs Local Lattices)
. Organized into categories.

Global Lattice
A global lattice contains sources of an act of type Global (ex: A Global web application may be a web application, but not the browser). A global act is a set of other acts.

Local Lattice
A local lattice contains sources of an act of type Local (ex:A Local web application may be a web application, but not the browser). A local act is a set of other acts.

. See below for a global vs. Local lattice.

Intrinsic acts are examples of acts that do not reflect a specific set of rules and are not intended to a specific purpose (e.g. an act such as POST, which is considered part of the http protocol).

. Intrinsic acts such as an HTML form may typically involve storage of information or forwarding of information (further information is outside of the scope of this article).

. Intrinsic acts are not associated with the Lattice. An intrinsic action may be defined as any operation that can occur without having

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accessing an offset of a linkedlist using c++

I want to access a random position of a linkedlist. For example, I have a linkedlist with:
A, B, C
I want to access an element such that it has this form:
So, if I want to access:
How can I do it?


You can loop through the whole linked list, and look at the pointers to get the array indices. For example, you can have the following implementation for a linked list.
struct list_node {
std::string data;
list_node *next;
list_node *prev;

class List {
List() { head = NULL; }

std::string getDataAtIndex(size_t index) const {
list_node *last = head;
for( size_t i = 0; i next;

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