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Gabriel White
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Hey Yall, Im back after a long vacation. I am trying to get into a Data Structure class, and I wanted to know what to expect from it, and what I should study / be aware of before I step foot into the class or sit down at a terminal.
Any suggestions would be great.
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No Books, just advice please
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Stan James
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Hmmm, do you get any hints from the class description? Is it about classic structures like trees, lists, queues, stacks, graphs and such? There are lots of cool variations on trees with different optimizations.
 
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Naa, Its just Java Data Structures. I think I can find out though. I'll check back with you later bro.
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Welcome back Steve! Take a look at java.util.Collection and java.util.Map. Those two interfaces are pretty much the core of data structures in Java. And while you're looking have a cold Lone Star on me.
 
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Keep it up with that armadilla piss Mike. A case is on its way.
 
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