By Robert Sedgewick
Represents the fundamental first half Sedgewick's entire paintings. Its 4 components: basics, facts constructions, sorting, and looking. Appeals both to either the tutorial markets. Softcover.
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Algorithms in Java, Parts 1-4 (3rd Edition) by Robert Sedgewick