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Book for "Data Structure and Algorithm in Java" ?

 
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Hi,

Can anyone please suggest me which book i should refer for "Data Structure and Algorithm in Java"?

Regards,
Anshul
 
Singhal Anshul
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Please reply asap.
 
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please SearchFirst this has been asked lot of times before. Also check out the BookReviews.

Particularly you may need to learn the data structures, algorithms- its general implementation and then apply it in Java. This way it will help you to understand better
 
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The only book I know of specifically on these topics was written in 2002: Data Structures and Problem Solving Using Java, by Mark Allen Weiss. It's more of a college textbook than a general guide, and of course the code techniques by now are dated. Still, if that's exactly what you want and the only thing you want, there it is.

If you're open to other ideas, I suggest instead you look for a good book or two on object-oriented design, algorithms, and problem-solving. Chances are such a book will use Java examples anyway, but getting caught thinking about solving general problems through one language, and an evolving one at that, could help you paint yourself into a corner.
 
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Singhal Anshul wrote:Please reply asap.


1) PatienceIsAVirtue
2) EaseUp
 
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