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Data Structures in C
There are two overriding features of this text, the first being the use of the C programming language. C is rapidly becoming the vehicle of choice for teaching courses throughout the curriculum. Though cumbersome, C is widely used in industry, and encourages a smooth transition to C++ and object-oriented programming later in the curriculum.
Hardcover, 486 pages
Published October 1st 1994 by PWS Pub. Co.
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I've had this book on my shelf for 15 years (since high school), and I tried to read it for a few times. This time I've managed! I don't think it was worth the effort, though. This book doesn't really explain things, it rather sets out the knowledge possessed by the authors. I definitely prefer Robert Sedgewick's books, or Thomas Cormen's et al. efforts at explaining data structures and algorithms.
Dec 21, 2011 Darin rated it really liked it
What little I have read of this book I really like. One has to keep in mind that it is a data structures book, not an algorithmic analysis book. Since the source code is written in C, the book can be purchased very cheaply as well.
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