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A queue is a standard buffering technique. It is also called a FIFO buffer. It is usually used to store and pass data between two asynchronous systems. See...

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queue_%28abstract_data_type%29

 

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Yes, this is analogous to people waiting in line at a checkout counter. People enter the post office asynchronously and are later processed at a different rate which depends on the services they require from the clerk.

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thank you for the link

After reading the link , am I right or wrong when I say that a queue is a collection of organized data that are processed and executed in a first-in-first-out policy ? and if I am right , are the data ,sent by a php application and received by the server database , awaiting for execution organized in a queue and executed in first-in-first-out??? like a group people, in a rank , waiting in the post office . the first who comes is served then it goes then comes the second then and so on .....is it the same with server database ?

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After reading the link , am I right or wrong when I say that a queue is a collection of organized data that are processed and executed in a first-in-first-out policy ?

Correct.

are the data ,sent by a php application and received by the server database

It doesn't matter. The definition of a queue does not depend on any language or database.PHP implements a queue using a doubly-linked list:http://php.net/manual/en/class.splqueue.php
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