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This version of Sedgewick's bestselling book provides a comprehensive collection of algorithms implemented in C++. The algorithms included cover a broad range of fundamental and more advanced methods: sorting, searching, string processing, geometric, graph, and mathematical algorithms. Readers will discover-in an object-oriented programming environment-how key algorithms cThis version of Sedgewick's bestselling book provides a comprehensive collection of algorithms implemented in C++. The algorithms included cover a broad range of fundamental and more advanced methods: sorting, searching, string processing, geometric, graph, and mathematical algorithms. Readers will discover-in an object-oriented programming environment-how key algorithms can be implemented, run, debugged, and used in real applications....

Title : Algorithms in C++
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ISBN : 0785342510591
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 672 Pages
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Algorithms in C++ Reviews

  • David Edwards
    2019-04-22 09:59

    His use of C++ left much to be desired. I prefer his original text on algorithms.

  • Robert Alan
    2019-04-29 05:25

    This is a wonderful programming book explaining various algorithms with sample code. In this 1992 release of the book there were several code examples that were not correct; however, this still did not detract from the usefulness of the book. Thus, I still give it a good rating. As a fellow computer scientist, it was well organized, I learned much from the topics, and I enjoyed the reading.

  • Peter Cockerell
    2019-05-11 06:14

    I read most of this again recently to refresh my knowledge of basic algorithms while interviewing for a new job. It has good coverage of many areas of computer science. I felt the use of C++ was a bit superfluous as most of the algorithms could have been coded just as well in, say, C. I was also slightly surprised that the code presented was already highly optimized, with tricky edge conditions exploited in non-obvious ways, rather than presenting less optimized but easier to follow code.Overall, though, it's a useful, well written reference work, if slightly dated now.

  • Sethu
    2019-04-26 09:26

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