Describe how to perform a removal from a hash table that uses linear probing to resolve collisions. What is its worst-case time complexity?
method to perform a removal from a hash table that uses linear
probing to resolve collisions:(using additional array called
flag)
-first find hashcode(or index given by hash function)
-then probe the array, starting from the index given by hash
function, until a element to be deleted is found or the value at
this index in flag array is 0
-in each iteration update index i: by (i+1)%size of hash
table
-if element is found then set value at current index to null, and
upta flag value at current index to 2 and decrease hash table
capacity
worst case complexity would be :O(n)//where n is the size of hash table
Describe how to perform a removal from a hash table that uses linear probing to resolve...
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