Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms in C

Category: Tutorial


Posted on 2018-10-11, updated at 2018-10-16, by voska89.

Description



Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms in C++
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 3.5 Hours | 434 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English


This introductory course will teach you how to implement some fundamental data structures and algorithms in C++ from scratch, with a combination of theoretical introduction using slides, and practical C++ implementation code.

Knowing some fundamental data structures and algorithms both in theory and from a practical implementation perspective helps you in being a better C++ programmer, gives you a good foundation to understand standard library's containers and algorithms inner "under the hood" mechanics, and serves as a kind of knowledge that is required in several coding interviews, as well. In this course, Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms in C++, you'll learn how to implement some fundamental data structures and algorithms in C++ from scratch, with a combination of theoretical introduction using slides, and practical C++ implementation code as well. No prior data structure or algorithm theory knowledge is required. You only need a basic knowledge of C++ language features. First, you'll discover how to develop a C++ class to safely use arrays, with automatic memory management using constructor and destructor, and safely accessing array elements with bounds checking. Then, you'll see how to further improve this array class, overloading the insertion operator to offer a simple nice idiomatic printing syntax for arrays, and optimizing the array class with move semantics. You'll also learn how to properly copy arrays, and you'll see the copy-and-swap idiom in action. Then, you'll learn how to generalize the array class with templates. Next, you'll learn about the Big O notation in a practical intuitive way, and you'll apply that knowledge to a couple of search algorithms. You'll start learning how to search using the simple linear search, and then you'll see how to improve searching, using binary search. I'll first introduce these algorithms using slides, and then you'll see them in action in concrete C++ demo code. Finally, you'll discover how to implement other common data structures, like the stack with its LIFO policy and push and pop operations, and linked lists, including operations like list node insertion and removal, and searching elements in a linked list. After completing this course, you will be able to implement some common fundamental data structures and algorithms from scratch in C++, you'll have a practical understanding of the Big O notation to evaluate and compare algorithm performance trends, and you'll see in action, several interesting C++ coding techniques that you'll be able to reuse in your own C++ projects as well. Moreover, you will be able to use this foundational knowledge to move forward to more advanced C++ data structures and algorithms topics.













Download (Uploadgig)
http://uploadgig.com/file/download/9152eF2AfB73a404/mzagz.Introduction.to.Data.Structures.and.Algorithms.in.C.rar

Download ( Rapidgator )
http://rapidgator.net/file/e30025a7fdbdb50712ca4ffeedb7e230/mzagz.Introduction.to.Data.Structures.and.Algorithms.in.C.rar.html

Download ( NitroFlare )
http://nitroflare.com/view/966AAA60F2D2F93/mzagz.Introduction.to.Data.Structures.and.Algorithms.in.C.rar


Sponsored High Speed Downloads
8972 dl's @ 2511 KB/s
Download Now [Full Version]
6938 dl's @ 2635 KB/s
Download Link 1 - Fast Download
5173 dl's @ 3809 KB/s
Download Mirror - Direct Download



Search More...
Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms in C

Search free ebooks in ebookee.com!


Related Archive Books

Archive Books related to "Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms in C ":



Links
Download this book

No active download links here?
Please check the description for download links if any or do a search to find alternative books.


Related Books

  1. Ebooks list page : 37396
  2. 2018-01-05[PDF] An Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms
  3. 2017-10-24[PDF] An Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms (Progress in Theoretical Computer Science)
  4. 2017-07-20Packt Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms in Java-XQZT
  5. 2014-01-13An Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms
  6. 2007-12-10[request]An Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms (Progress in Computer Science & Applied Logic) (Hardcover)
  7. 2011-02-19Java Collections: An Introduction to Abstract Data Types, Data Structures and Algorithms
  8. 2011-02-17Java Collections: An Introduction to Abstract Data Types, Data Structures and Algorithms (repost)
  9. 2009-01-05Java Collections: An Introduction to Abstract Data Types, Data Structures and Algorithms
  10. 2007-12-10[request]Data Structures and Algorithms (Addison-Wesley Series in Computer Science and Information Pr)
  11. 2018-10-09A Common-Sense Guide to Data Structures and Algorithms Level Up Your Core Programming Skills
  12. 2018-10-07Python Data Structures and Algorithms
  13. 2018-10-06Beginning Data Structures and Algorithms in C#
  14. 2018-09-29Beginning Data Structures and Algorithms in C#
  15. 2018-09-13Learning Functional Data Structures and Algorithms
  16. 2018-08-23Hands-On Data Structures and Algorithms with Kotlin
  17. 2018-08-08Python Data Structures and Algorithms (2017)
  18. 2018-08-05Data Structures and Algorithms An Object-Oriented Approach Using Ada 95
  19. 2018-07-17C Data Structures and Algorithms
  20. 2018-07-17A Common-Sense Guide to Data Structures and Algorithms - Level Up Your Core Programming Skills
  21. 2018-07-17Python Data Structures and Algorithms

Comments

No comments for "Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms in C ".


    Add Your Comments
    1. Download links and password may be in the description section, read description carefully!
    2. Do a search to find mirrors if no download links or dead links.

    required

    required, will not be published

    need login

    required

    Not clear? Click here to refresh.

    Back to Top