Data structures are typically classified as static or dynamic Solution
Provide detailed answers to the following questions covering material from Chapter 16 of your book:
1. Data structures are typically classified as static or dynamic. A static data structure has a fixed size, which is known by the programmer and code is written based on this fixed size. A dynamic data structure has an unknown size. The size of the data structure may grow or shrink as it is used by the program. Give two examples of where each kind of data structure might be used. 2. How do the Generic Collections described in Chapter 16 provide support for static and dynamic data structures?