Data Structures and Program Design Using C++

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January 2019
9781683923701
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    Mercury Learning & Information
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    17th January
  • ISBN 9781683923701
  • Language English
  • Pages 546 pp.
  • Size 7" x 9"
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January 2019
9781683923725
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    Mercury Learning & Information
  • Published
    3rd January
  • ISBN 9781683923725
  • Language English
  • Pages 546 pp.
  • Size 7" x 9"
$179.95

Data structures provide a means to managing large amounts of information such as large databases, using SEO effectively, and creating Internet/Web indexing services. This book is designed to present fundamentals of data structures for beginners using the C++ programming language in a friendly, self-teaching, format. Practical analogies using real world applications are integrated throughout the text to explain technical concepts. The book includes a variety of end-of-chapter practice exercises, e.g., programming, theoretical, and multiple-choice.

Features:

• Covers data structure fundamentals using C++
• Numerous tips, analogies, and practical applications enhance understanding of subjects under discussion
• “Frequently Asked Questions” integrated throughout the text clarify and explain concepts
• Includes a variety of end-of-chapter exercises, e.g., programming, theoretical, and multiple choice

1: Introduction to Data Structures
2: Review of C Fundamentals
3: Arrays
4: Linked List
5: Stacks
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D. Malhotra

D. Malhotra is a university professor who teaches courses in computer science and has written numerous journal articles.

N. Malhotra

N. Malhotra is a university professor who teaches courses in computer science and has written numerous journal articles.