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    Whenever the pointer of a list or a tree is manipulated, the procedure that performs this operation must be considered to be in a critical section. Please explain why the above statement is true and what the cause of that need is.

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    Nodes in a linked list use either compile-time storage or run-time allocation of nodes. Each operation on the nodes can ...

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    This job emphasizes pointerlists.