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    Anyone have a few suggestions on good data structures textbooks?

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    I couldn't tell you how this book compares to others since this is the only one I have, but I think "Data Structures and other Objects Using C++" by Michael Main is pretty good.

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    Hi. I have:
    Data Structures: A Pseudocode Approach with C++ by Gilberg and Forouzan
    The book is OK. I hear that this one is very good but also more technical:
    Introduction to Algorithms by Corman, Leiserson, and Rivest
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    Yeah, the one by Rivest et al is a very good book, but also very technical.
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    C++ Plus Data Structures, 3rd ed. Dale, Jones Barlett

    The algorithms book mention above I would not use for an data structures book, it very technical and usually used at Senior or graduate levels at most universities.

    There is also a difference between a course in Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister C
    Data Structures with C++, Malik, Course Tech.

    C++ Plus Data Structures, 3rd ed. Dale, Jones Barlett

    The algorithms book mention above I would not use for an data structures book, it very technical and usually used at Senior or graduate levels at most universities.
    I used the second book above for my second class in c++ at my school. And I believe it's now replaced by the first book above for the same class. The book is pretty digestable after a semester of basic c++.
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