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Could you suggest a package designed specifically to typeset different types of diagrams in computer science, such as linked lists, stacks, queues ? What i'm looking for is something similar to the Q-circuit package, whose main purpose is to typeset quantum circuits.

Thank you in advance.

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closed as too broad by Paul Gessler, Jesse, Guido, Werner, Sean Allred Jan 21 at 3:40

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Here was a question about typesetting Postscript stack diagrams, if its at all related to your need:… – Steven B. Segletes Apr 18 '14 at 4:14
Not quiet, i need a lot of CS diagrams - stacks, queues, graphs, linked lists, FSA, Turing machines, etc... – Arthur Klezovich Apr 18 '14 at 8:42
Could you provide a (hand-draw) example of what you have in mind? – Clément Jul 17 '14 at 22:10
@Clément Almost all of these are directed graphs, so this is easily done with the automata library in TikZ. However, OP is looking for a domain-specific language in which to express these ideas. Personally, I don't believe such a language exists, but I would find it a nice challenge to implement a such a language given example syntax ;) Please edit your question to be more specific. – Sean Allred Jan 21 at 3:30
Well, given that OP hasn't been seen in three months, I guess this question should be closed for now. I'll post something here if I ever find the time to implement something like this – it's an interesting proposal. – Sean Allred Jan 21 at 3:40

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