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Dear All,

This query is not related to Java only.
I want to improve my Data Structure and algorithms handling skills.
Please suggest me exercises or books to follow for such topics.

Regards
 
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recently I have purchased Data Structure and Algorithms Made Easy in Java by Narasimha Karumanchi . it is an excellent book. I impressed lot and yes some places you can find some typo though... and the problem discussed in this book will definitly improve your problem solving ability .. and also there are more popular books available in amazon or flipkart sites
 
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Thanks a lot.
 
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Prash Singh wrote:Thanks a lot.


You are welcome
 
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MIT opencourseware "Data Structures & Algorithms in Java". Course is Free, you can check MIT courseware video on youTube. Good explanation of concepts. Highly recommended.
 
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