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- QR** helps you create and work with **deque, queue, and stack** data structures for **Redis**. Redis is well-suited for implementations of these abstract data structures, and QR makes it even easier to work with the structures in Python. QR works best for (and simplifies) the creation of **bounded** deques, queues, and stacks (herein, DQS's), with a defined size of elements.
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released on 19 March 2010
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