Data Structures in ANSI C

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Academic Press, 1991 - Computers - 630 pages
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Here is a comprehensive treatment of data structures using the 1989 ANSI standard implementation of the C language. The author covers all basic and structured data types, including lists, strings, and abstract types. Examples come with completely dubugged source code and output results. A special section on data structures in an object-oriented environment using C++ is included. Special attention is paid to development of practical applications such as windows, databases, mathematical problems, and text editors. The use of the C language and treatment of object-oriented methods lays a solid foundation for software development in the professional environment of the future. Key Features * Covers the use of pointers and structures in C * Includes information on data structures in an object-oriented environment such as C++ * Discusses elementary data structures (stacks, queues, trees, files, and more) * Explores searching and sorting routines * Stresses the development of practical applications such as windows and databases * Full C source code and output is included for all examples * Numerous review questions and exercises accompany each chapter

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Paul Edwards has coauthored eight books with his wife, including the bestselling Working From Home. He also write a syndicated newspaper column, "Your Home Office," and host a popular cable TV show, "Working From Home with Paul and Sarah Edwards".

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