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Is there a Computer Science library for TikZ?

I am looking for a library for drawing standard data structures (array, linked list, stack, queue, pointers, trees, etc) in a consistent way.

I would also be happy to hear how hard would it be to create such a library for an intermediate LaTeX user (understands some macros, can't write macros independently) in terms of work-days.

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I think that such a library does not exist but I'm not sure. Do you have a link to show us what you desire. Something like that : introcs.cs.princeton.edu/java/43stack ? – Alain Matthes Feb 22 '12 at 8:53
    
Yes, something like that. I have created some illustrations in TikZ without the use of such a package, and I would like to either write my own package or use an existing one to achieve better consistency and make life easier. The document in question is at ilijapavlic.com/spa/Skripta.pdf – ipavlic Feb 22 '12 at 9:01
    
CTAN lists several packages that may be useful for computer scientists here, but unfortunately none provides constructions for standard data structure types. – Daniel C. Mar 26 '12 at 16:54
    
@ipavlic: See also the question [Inconsistent TikZ multipart node anchors][1]. [1]: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/44257/… – StrawberryFieldsForever Jul 25 '12 at 17:50

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