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Please try again later. Verified Purchase. This book has everything you need to know about psuedocoding. Excellent book.. One person found this helpful.
A well prepared book. The algorithms are easy to read and understand as they are written in pseudo code. I would recommend this to someone interested in learning the basics of data structures, no matter what the language. See all reviews from India. Top international reviews. Love this book. Data structures and Algorithms along with C implementation examples. Thank you for your feedback. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again. I do see a lot of negative reviews, but here is my take.
When you want to learn data structures, C is the worst language to learn it. The reason is you need to think a lot harder to understand how your program works.
However, it is the best strategy to sharpen your thinking skills. This is a very good book to learn how to create data structures in C. I am not sure why it is used in a college curriculum. May be to make the students do some hard thinking and hence be better programmers in the field? For me, I am a professional programmer and I have done enough programming in C. I wanted to brush up my algorithm knowledge and also indulge in some good old C programming.
Teaching data structures through C is a hard thing to do and I appreciate the authors making an attempt. The way I went through the book is slowly and I worked out all the programs. To learn algorithms, what other choice you have? You need to get with the Sedgewick books. The latest version is in Java, but it is very hard to read through it. There are many other books that take a pseudo-code only approach.
So I would recommend this to any one who has little bit more time and are familiar with programming. For beginners, this may not be the right book, if you want to catch up fast.
Data Structures isn't the best class in C. It doesn't help that my class credit didn't transfer to the four year school I'm at now, so I have to take it again. That's not the book's fault, obviously, and I'm not factoring that into my review. I had to buy this book for my Data Structures class, and ended up not using it very much. Many of the examples were confusing or incomplete.
Yet others were beaten to death and made overly complicated. The supplementary material for the class, which was only two to three pages on each data structure, was much easier to understand. Not recommended. So many errors in the codes. It's useless. Load more international reviews. Must have for C programmer. Very poorly written book. It goes over the concepts and theory but show absolutely no practical applications or how to implement the theory in code.
Avoid at all costs! I buy used one and it really really looks new It cleans and almost new It really useful I recommend to everybody who want to by new one with price of used one. Communicating with the seller was good and I received my book in a timely manner, would buy form again. Was not expecting it to be that great. Only minor damage from shipping but that is all.
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