Books on Data Structures

This is a discussion on Books on Data Structures within the C Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; hello guys, Can anyone please recommend me some good books on Data Structures Using C Language. Thank you. Please help ...

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    Books on Data Structures

    hello guys,
    Can anyone please recommend me some good books on Data Structures Using C Language.
    Thank you.
    Please help me ASAP.

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    I really doubt that anyone's written a book solely about structs. It's a relatively simple concept that can be covered in a tutorial.

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    I don't think the OP was referring to C structs but rather to actual data structures (i.e. queues, stacks, heaps, graphs, etc). My advice is that these exist and therefore should be understood without a particular programming language in mind. Their implementation in C should be fairly simple once you understand what they are and how they operate.

    As for books, your guess is as good as mine, there are a ton out there. Just use Google, or alternatively if you would like to buy one, one of the many online book sellers.
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    Personally, I would start here: List of data structures - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    And then move on to here: Google

    Who needs that old paper material!
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