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Hello Everybody,
I wish to learn algorithms(the basics) which I knew during my college days.I am a 2 yrs exp. Java developer. Please suggest which algorithms you find useful and which every developer should know at the least.Please advice on how to proceed.Please specify the books that you like.Also the Algos that you recommend for interviews.

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Introduction-Algorithms
Data-Structures-Algorithms-Made-Easy

I have above two books... Awesome
 
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and Welcome to JavaRanch deeps
 
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Algorithms and Data Structures: http://www.ethoberon.ethz.ch/WirthPubl/AD.pdf
 
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Thanks Seetharaman, Tim this will be of much help.Thanks
 
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deeps sinha wrote:Thanks Seetharaman


You are welcome
 
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