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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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    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Vithika Dutt View Post
    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:
    I've been looking for this document for a long time, it's really helpful for me.

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    Did this book teach anybody how to become a better programmer? Or is it just for the software engineers. Programing may take time. Oreilly in a Nutshell seems like a good book. I've seen some of them in the library. I'd like to become a better programmer. Java programing is really eye awaking for me. So that's why I'm learning it. I understand the basic ideas in computer programming.
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    I'd like to share my experience in Java Linux and chrome book. Using Netbeans does work. It is an integrated development environment. For any html blog. Example, adding gif animations to a web blog. Find an algorithm that you think is best suite to get the job done. And the computer compiler on your notebook or desktop will compile or run your gif files through. JVM platform is good for starters. Choose one that suits your pc needs.

    Steps
    1. Make out an algorithm to add a gif or picture file
    2. Test out. Using emails. Trials. Or any method u choose. Netbeans is a good real example, the idea works
    3. embed your gif files from your computer with nothing but typing
    4. Copy the whole URL from the web server. example google.com
    5. embed your files in google to <img src=" " alt="gif animation"/> This is the html code
    6. Press submit button
    7. This trains your computer to add those files you want on a blog text area

    This is my experiences in Java and Netbeans and what it does for any pc user. Just some programmer around. Nice to see you "TGI" The Garden Island.

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