Data Structures and Other Objects Using C

  • Title: Data Structures and Other Objects Using C++
  • Author: Michael Main
  • ISBN: 8129705826
  • Page: 242
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    1. I more or less liked this book. Upon reading many of the reviews before purchasing the book I was somewhat discouraged from buying it. In the end, I really had no choice since this was the book required for the course I am taking. But, in general it is a very good book. The material itself that is covered isn't the simplest to get a grasp of. You need patience and plenty of hard work. It covers a lot of major topic areas, from linked lists, to sets, to stacks, to queues, to trees, to graphs. [...]

    2. I thought this book was great. Yes, others may say it was very difficult to get through (i agree) but with persistence there is a big reward. The book provides full implementation details for a bunch of data structures and even sections devoted to the STL and iterators. I don't believe the implementation in this book was meant to be compiled under MVC++'s IDE. The back of the book provides a website containing a free compiler (GNU) to download along with other tools like the emacs editor (Th [...]

    3. I was using this book to prepare for a data structure class after only the basic CS1 class. I could hardly imagine a better data structure book than this one: it is VERY well written, goes in very progressive steps, and only an elementary knowledge of C++ is assumed from the reader. Thus, most C++ beginners will not have to refer to another text to read this one.Besides teaching data structures, this book accustoms the reader to using a sensible standard in program documentation and clarity, whi [...]

    4. It's a thick book, with lots of figures, and with very readable prose. If you intend to read it cover to cover, working the examples as you go, you'll get a decent introduction to both C++ and to data structures. Unfortuntantly, you won't get a really good introduction to either.As a reference text when working on assignments or projects unconnected to the book it feels especially poor. It's easily readable prose comes at the expense of brevity, and dipping into it to refresh an idea or approach [...]

    5. After reading the poor reviews I felt bad having to buy this book for a university level data structures course. However, after using this book for a short time I really grew to like it. It is an excellent introduction to classes and OOP in addition to data structures. It picks up right around where most introductory C++ texts leave off. I found the authors explanations to be very clear and the examples to be very relavant to the topics in each chapter. The author seems to build on topics chap [...]

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