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Algorithms Plus Data Structures Equals Programs (Prentice-Hall series in automatic computation)

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Hardcover, 400 pages
Published November 11th 1975 by Prentice Hall
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Matt
Nov 22, 2010 Matt rated it it was amazing
One of the best programming books I have ever read. Absolutely timeless and should be on every programmers read or to read list.
Bob Kozik
Dec 26, 2016 Bob Kozik rated it it was amazing
Lots of folks in my age group like to dismiss older books. Whether that's because the language(s) of choice are no longer popular, or they incorrectly assume that because it was written before they were born its prehistoric. However, this book more than other resource on topic helped me, "get" advanced data structures. It does a brilliant job of demystifying them. Though the language is dated in the author uses, "he" when referring to the reader and some of the illustrations are borderline anti- ...more
Eugene Miya
Jan 15, 2013 Eugene Miya rated it really liked it
While this book has a small number of typographic errors, it's representative of period programming in the later 1970s and early 1980s. It illustrates stepwise refinement of a simple compiler throughout the text. It might seem silly to some to use the '+' and '=' in the title, but it also influenced quite a few important papers subsequently and gets us away from the restrictive ASCII character set.

It was briefly required reading when I was on the Pascal Standards Committee. It's an obsolete lang
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May 09, 2012 Puterdo Borato rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is a classic book about basic algorithms and data structures. It's a must have book for understanding behind-the-scenes logic of standard libraries in modern programming languages. Though author could have given more alive examples. The style is a bit too formal as for me.
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