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No. The various data structures have different usages for which they are suited. No one structure is applicable to all situations.

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There is no such data structure that can be applied to all the situations.You have to select the data structure based upon the situation.

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That's exactly what Momerath said 2 hours before you did.
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Can anyone say "which is the best data-structure that is implemented successfully?" (in terms of complexity & applicability)

it is generally based on the ability of any computer to store data in its memory at any time.

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it is generally based on the ability of any computer to store data in its memory at any time.

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JhonMoney

Wrong. It's determined by the requirements of the application, its infrastructure, etc. etc.
If the hardware and software requirements are in conflict, there's still no "best" because the requirements are flawed and all solutions will be bad.

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