Those are fabulous. However, for the most true review of all, see the review of MS Office Developer Edition. http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00005BL28/qid=1043256955/sr=1-32/ref=sr_1_32/104-8664409-2047165?v=glance&s=software No Monakeys!, June 19, 2002 Reviewer: A software user from Charleston, AR United States No, No No! No monakeys here! Makes me Heep and scream. You see the digital dashboards--laugh in the back. Why do yo ask? Why is there why, or why equals how. That's it now! With the program, you are unstoppable. Not to forget the web power of cling. Yes Yes Yes!! Take that away though, you have monakeys with apebates. Take care of those socks.
What entertaining wording there! I had a look at this book�s content table, it�s a book for beginner to data structure and algorithms. Merely according to the content table, I cannot imagine anything really as deity-like as the book reviewers said. There are some very good text books on the same topic out there too. Say: Data Structures & Algorithms in Java (Mitchell Waite Signature Series) and Data Structures and Algorithms in Java. Both of them are for beginners, the first one is more readable and the latter is written in a rigorous academic manner. The code in both books are good. Actually once people know the essence, the codes to implement the basic data structures wouldn�t be too different. I was looking for some senior algorithms books a while ago, and found a book review saying: Reading this book strengthens your mind; Carrying this book strengthens your body; Pay for this book, that�s what credit card made for. Impressing review and I really purchased that book: Introduction to Algorithms, Second Editionwhich is thicker than 1100 pages. Yes, what he said is true Powerful word simply made. [ January 22, 2003: Message edited by: Ellen Fu ]