Data Structures and Program Design Using C++ (Mercury Learning)
Friday, 15 February 2019

This book is designed to present fundamentals of data structures for beginners using the C++ programming language in a friendly, self-teaching, format. Author D. Malhotra integrates practical analogies and real world applications throughout the text to explain technical concepts. The book includes a variety of end-of-chapter practice exercises, including programming, theoretical, and multiple-choice tests..

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Author: D. Malhotra
Publisher: Mercury Learning & Information
Date: January 2019
Pages: 450
ISBN: 978-1683923701
Print: 1683923707
Audience: C++ developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: C/C++ 

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