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Thread: Algorithms Java

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    Default Algorithms Java

    Explains Algorithms with Beautiful Pictures Learn it Easy Better and Well

    Easy Learning Data Structures & Algorithms Java (2 Edition)

    This book is rich in examples, with beautiful pictures and texts, and explains the data structure and algorithms in a way that is easy to understand. It is designed to help programmers better use the energy of algorithms in daily projects.

    1. Classic reference book in the field of algorithms: reflects the core knowledge system of algorithms
    2. Comprehensive content: Comprehensive discussion of sorting, linked list, search, hash, graph and tree algorithms and data structures, covering the algorithms commonly used by every programmer
    3. The new Java implementation code, using a modular programming style, gives the actual code of the algorithm.
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    Default Re: Algorithms Java

    I would recommend the book "Data Structures and Algorithms Made Easy" by Narasimha Karumanchi. It covers a variety of topics in data structures and algorithms and includes several worked-out examples and practice problems. If you need more information about the topic, you can see the additional resources: https://www.interviewbit.com/blog/da...orithms-books/

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