--- Comment #6 from Jonathan M Davis <> 2010-07-04 
16:44:47 PDT ---
Well, like I said, the addition might not be worthwhile. It would complicate
some of the other functions somewhat. It's just that it would be a fairly
simple addition to get some extra functionality in comparison to say, a
doubly-linked list. I have no problem if you don't think that it's appropriate
to add that extra functionality to SList. I just thought that I'd point it out
in case such a change would be desirable and the idea hadn't occurred to you.

Personally, in my code, I'd generally just as soon use a doubly-linked list in
most cases if I'm going to use a list. But SList as-is definitely has its uses,
and a doubly-linked list is overkill for some situations. It probably isn't
worth creating a separate SList class with just the additions to support back()
and insertBack() though.

In any case, this was just a suggestion, and if you don't want to use it,
that's fine by me.

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