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Algorithms in C, Parts 1-4: Fundamentals, Data Structures, Sorting, Searching, Third Edition by Robert Sedgewick

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References for Part Two

There are numerous introductory textbooks on data structures. For example, the book by Standish covers linked structures, data abstraction, stacks and queues, memory allocation, and software engineering concepts at a more leisurely pace than here. Summit’s book (and its source on the web) is an invaluable source of detailed information about C implementations, as is, of course, the Kernighan and Ritchie classic. The book by Plauger is a thorough explanation of C library functions.

The designers of PostScript perhaps did not anticipate that their language would be of interest to people learning basic algorithms and data structures. However, the language is not difficult to learn, and the reference manual is both thorough ...

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