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Learn Data Structures and Algorithms with Golang: compare to Sedgewick

 
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I learned algorithms from Sedgewick's book Algorithms, which I found most excellent.  How does your book compare to Sedgewick's?  Are they complimentary?  
 
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Sedge Wick book is a basic book for data structures and algorithms in java. My book covers basic, medium and advanced topics in data structures and algorithmsin go language. it covers samples from real life applications and memory management in go applications...
 
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