C & Data Structures

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Charles River Media, 2004 - Computers - 700 pages
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Divided into three separate sections, C & Data Structures covers C programming, as well as the implementation of data structures and an analysis of advanced data structure problems. Beginning with the basic concepts of the C language (including the operators, control structures, and functions), the book progresses to show these concepts through practical application with data structures such as linked lists and trees, and concludes with the integration of C programs and advanced data structure problem-solving. The book covers a vast range of data structures and programming issues, such as syntactic and semantic aspects of C, all control statements in C, concepts of function, macro, files and pointers with examples, graphs, arrays, searching and sorting techniques, stacks and queues, files, and preprocessing. C & Data Structures provides a comprehensive guide to all the data types in C with internal implementation, while providing examples to demonstrate their behavior.

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.S. Deshpande is a faculty member in the Department of Computer Science at Visvesvarya National Institute of Technology. He has acted as a consultant to various government and private organizations in the field of database management, software engineering, data warehousing, WAP, and J2EE design patterns, and has published a number of papers on Oracle, data warehousing, and programming languages. O.G. Kakde is also a faculty member in the Department of Computer Science at Visvesvarya National Institute of Technology. He has done consulting work for the government as well as private organizations in the fields of embedded systems, language translators, WAP, and several programming languages. He is the author of Algorithms for Compiler Design.

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