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What is direct addressing?

(a) Distinct array position for every possible key

(b) Fewer array positions than keys

(c) Fewer keys than array positions

(d) Same array position for all keys

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Correct option is (a) Distinct array position for every possible key

To explain: Direct addressing is possible only when we can afford to allocate an array that has one position for every possible key.

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