It all started long before English even existed. The Phoenicians had two symbols in their alphabet for k, for the very best of reasons - in their language, as in other Semitic languages such as Hebrew and Arabic, there are two distinct k sounds, only one of which exists in English. The one we don't have - a guttural sound at the back of the mouth - the Phoenicians represented by a symbol that they called qop (their word for a monkey). This was used in particular before vowels that are also sounded at the back of the mouth, especially o and u. The Greeks took the Phoenician symbol over as qoppa or koppa. This isn't in the classical Greek alphabet - it was dropped as unnecessary around 400BC, because Greek has never had the sound it represents. However, a version of the Greek alphabet that did still contain koppa was borrowed by the Etruscans (they probably got it from Greek colonists who settled in Campania). The Etruscan alphabet actually had three symbols for the k sound - gamma was used before e and i, kappa was used before a and koppa before o and u (gamma was available because Etruscans had no hard "g" sound in their language). In turn (you're still following my steps around the Mediterranean, I hope), the Romans took their alphabet from the Etruscans; like the Greeks, Latin had only the one k sound. As a result, over time kappa was dropped, koppa evolved into q, and gamma into c (these changes explain why Greek words spelled with k have their Latin equivalents spelled with c). The Romans used q only before u, though the combination was actually written as qv, since v was a vowel in classical Latin, to represent the kwsound that was so common in the language. If we move on about a thousand years, we find that Old English had the same sound, but represented it by cw, since q had been left out of their version of the alphabet (so queen in Old English was spelled cwen, for example). French, however, continued the Latin qv, though by now written as qu. After the Norman Conquest, French spelling gradually took over in England, eventually replacing the Old English cw by Latinate qu, though this change took about 300 years to complete. As many writers have since pointed out, the change was unnecessary, as we don't need qu in the alphabet any more than the English before the Norman Conquest did - cw would work as well most of the time and in those situations in which qu is said as k, as in words from French like antique, we could use c or k instead). After all this, the reason why versions of Arabic words written in English use q without a following u is easy to understand - it's a neat way of transcribing that guttural k sound (the Arabic letter qaf) that's faithful to the way the alphabet has evolved over more than two millennia.
its because of phonetics q always contains the sound of u. q isn't a full consonant it takes u with it. so while making words q is always accompanied by u
You can implement a queue via linked list (practically with a bidirectionally linked list, as a queue has operations like 'add_first' and 'get/del_last')
The qu makes a k sound and the rest sounds like ue. It sounds like 'k-yoo'. Queue Pronounced "Q"
Pronounce it like the letter Q.
it adds the movie to the bottom of the netflix queue(the queue is the list of movies you would like to receive from netflix)
The word "queue" means a waiting line. To queue up is to wait in line. (pronounced like the letter Q)
like the letter "q"
LIKE ADVENTURE QUEST THERE ARE GAMES LIKE MECHQUEST AND DRAGONFABLE
Wolf Quest but you will have to download it...
To get the bow in Peasant Quest you have to complete the "Stink Like A Peasant" quest.
Queue is difined as a special type of data structure .where elements are inserted one end &elements are deleted same end .The end from where they elements are inserted is called as "Rear end".The end from where elements are deleted is called "Front end". A linear queue is akin to the queue at the post office: it can be envisioned to be linear in space, and limited in space. When a linear queue of finite capacity is full, new arrivals are turned away (elements cannot be added, post office customers walk away). A circular queue behaves just like a normal queue, but is typically implemented in a a structure akin to a circle. The typical behavior is that the circular queue, when full, does not turn new entries away, but makes space by removing the oldest element in the queue. Of course, a queue might also be implemented to be of infinite, or virtually infinite, capacity.
DeQueue is a data structure in which elements may be added to or deleted from the front or the rear.Like an ordinary queue, a double-ended queue is a data structure it supports the following operations: enq_front, enq_back, deq_front, deq_back, and empty. Dequeue can be behave like a queue by using only enq_front and deq_front , and behaves like a stack by using only enq_front and deq_rear. .
i dont know queue bc if take away 4 letters it still sounds like q
Think of a queue like a stack of cups in a cup holder. -Programs add requests (like putting cups in at the top) -The printer pulls out and prints one request at a time (like taking the bottom cup and filling it for the user). -The number of requests in the queue goes up when requests are added faster than the printer can print (like adding cups faster than they can be pulled out and filled).
queue (sounds like the letter q)
I love the old classics like King's Quest, Police Quest and Space Quest games from Sierra.
Grapes , mozzarella sticks.
No, but they do have better table manners. They will queue up for food.
Some U words (uniform, unique, unicorn) sound like YOO (the Y consonant followed by OO). The word "one" sounds like it starts with a W (wun).
Download it on the Wolf Quest site just like you did for the first episode of Wolf Quest.
no there is not a game like wolf quest
That doesn't make much sense. I guess it should be while NOT empty Q. Note that in many programming languages, the "not" is expressed with the exclamation mark. Perhaps you overlooked it... or it disappeared from the question. In that case (not empty), the meaning would be something like: while there is something in the queue (i.e., while not empty queue), process the elements in the queue (do something with the element). The statement is incomplete; instead of just "q1" it should say something like "process q1" or "q1.process()".
you figure it out and find it by yourself, just like you had to do on the game before quest helper was created. ;I
A mini quest is like a quest but shorter and you will get 50 credits instead of a 100 credits if you complete.