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week 6. Ex 3.6-your first class. Queue class. I'm assuming that this class needs to be a list? I can not work out how to incorporate a list into a class and how to modify it!..Or am i barking up the wrong tree with this one? Any assistance would be welcome!

MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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petew71: You could implement the Queue using a list, but there other other choices as well. Here is a an implementation of the Queue class using a list: http://ideone.com/zKA2YP For another implementation that does not use a list, and is a little more complex, take a look at this one: http://ideone.com/WCxNBy
Hi there AppylPye. Thanks for your response! I asked around and came up with a program very similar to your list example. Though my remove method is a little different. http://pastebin.com/2EnAHEYM Your other, more complex, program is far better than i can do at the moment! Very well done!

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