Data Structures in C++ Including Breadth and Laboratories

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West Publishing Company, 1996 - Computers - 788 pages
Data Structures in C++ Including Breadth and Laboratories integrates laboratory exercises, problem-solving skills, and breadth sections covering non-programming aspects of computer science into the study of data structures. An appendix on non-object-oriented features of C++ helps students froma C background get up to speed, and Chapter 4 presents the aspects of OOP in C++ that students need in studying data structures. Other aids to learning include Programming Projects, over 1,000 exercises, and numerous figures. Laboratory programs and data files, data structure implementations, and program examples from the text are available via the World Wide Web.

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Angela B. Shiflet is Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science and Chair of Computer Science at Wofford College. In addition to teaching and writing textbooks, Dr. Shiflet has conducted research at Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pacific Northwest Laboratory, and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

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