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analysis of algorithms -> interactive exercises -> existing solutions

 
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Hi,

I'm working on the web application that concerns interactive exercises from the analysis of algorithms, e.g. sorting, graphs, trees, etc. I mean, a teacher would create some tasks and a student would have to solve them. Right now, I'm looking for some existing solutions (in any technology) to mention them in the documentation. However, the only thing I've found are some animations or applets (e.g. xSortLabLab) which only show the process. Have you ever dealt with such exercises? If so, could you give some links?

Thanks for any answer
 
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