Abstract— This article proposes, presents and analyzes a new method of saving hard drive memory, used by Abstract Data Types. Abstract Data Types represents an important topic across a variety of application domains, but for several projects the method of memory allocation for the use of Abstract Data Types, presented in the built-in classes of the programming language C#, is not suitable by the reason oflarge possible memory loss. Method, reviewed in this article, can be implemented in other object-oriented programming languages. Sphere of application of represented method encompasses multiple types of Abstract Data Types, such as “list”, “stack”, “queue”, “deq” and several other. Implementation of reviewed solution requires usage of built-in class “array”. Realisated classes become alternative patterns for built-in classes. The ways of usage of a new solutions is similary to the previous ones. Implementation of reviewed solution is done using Microsoft Visual Studio 2017.The results include theoretical conclusions drawn on the basis of practical research.
Keywords— Visual Studio 2017, Hard Drive Memory, Method, Abstract Data Type.
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