Any ideas of how to represent a list in pseudo-code in LaTex?

1. Jul 28, 2011

uwowizard

I'm working with the algorithmic and algorithm packages in LaTeX and looking for a way to perform some operations on a list in the algorithm.. Any ideas how I can do that? Any advice is highly appreciated.

2. Jul 29, 2011

xts

Do you ask how to print list structures (boxes with dots and arrows) in LaTeX?

Or maybe you are a fan of Dirty Tricks and ask how to port some Lisp program to $\TeX$? - if so - be more specific what you want to do.

3. Jul 29, 2011

uwowizard

I'm looking for a standard way to represent a list (data structure) in pseudo-code. I looked at the documentation of standard algorithmic packages in latex, e.g.

http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Algorithms_and_Pseudocode

but could find anything about lists.

Pls, let me know if I need to be more clear.

4. Jul 29, 2011

uwowizard

In particular, I want to be able to represent the following operations

list l