catenate


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cat·en·ate

(kat'en-āt),
To connect in a series of links like a chain; for example, two rings of mitochondrial DNA are often catenated.
[L. catenatus, chained together, fr. catena, chain]

cat·en·ate

(kat'ĕn-āt)
To connect in a series of links like a chain.
[L. catenatus, chained together, fr. catena, chain]
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Finally, we extend the ideas presented in the previous two sections to obtain a data structure that supports the full set of deque operations, namely push, pop, inject, eject, and catenate, each in O(1) time.
Next is catenate, which may require a push or an inject or both.
Next, we describe catenate. Let d and e be the two deques to be catenated.