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by Nell Dale

ePub C++ Plus Data Structures download
Author:
Nell Dale
ISBN13:
978-0763704810
ISBN:
0763704814
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Publisher:
Jones And Bartlett Publishers; 3rd Edition edition (April 1, 2003)
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Subcategory:
Programming
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1224 kb
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1286 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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920

This textbook was required for my Data Structures university course for Spring 2018, and I truly wish they had picked a different product.

This textbook was required for my Data Structures university course for Spring 2018, and I truly wish they had picked a different product. Grammatical errors, poor explanations, lackluster formatting, and C++ sample code riddled with errors, both syntactical and logical. You can find much better resources for all the data structures described for free online, and certainly better texts for a cheaper price.

C++ Plus Data Structures. I bought this book for data structures and advanced data structures at my college. The book is well written; however, it's intended for students that have taken at the bare minimum a first semester programming course and an object oriented programming course in C++. Requires a good understanding of pointers, dynamic memory allocation, OOP, templates, and recursion. This book should really be called intro to data structures and algorithms because you will need to take more advanced courses. Examples: Authors teach Big-O on a superficial level. I bought this book for data structures and advanced data structures at my college

C++ Plus Data Structures.

The book focuses on abstract data types as viewed from three different perspectives: their specification, their application, and their implementation. The authors stress computer science theory and software engineering principles, including modularization, data encapsulation, information hiding, data abstraction, object-oriented decomposition, functional decomposition, the analysis of algorithms, and life-cycle software verification methods.

Topics covered include modularization, data encapsulation, information hiding, object-oriented decomposition, algorithm analysis, and more. C++ plus data structures. by. Dale, Nell B. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

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This book is designed for a course in Data Structures where C++ is the programming language. The book focuses on abstract data types as viewed from three different persepctives: their specification, their application, and their implementation.
  • I bought this book for data structures and advanced data structures at my college. The book is well written; however, it's intended for students that have taken at the bare minimum a first semester programming course and an object oriented programming course in C++.
    Requires a good understanding of pointers, dynamic memory allocation, OOP, templates, and recursion.
    This book should really be called intro to data structures and algorithms because you will need to take more advanced courses. Examples: Authors teach Big-O on a superficial level. Only get into algorithms near the end of the book. Very light treatment of graphs, sets etc. with incomplete implementations. Doesn't mention NP-Complete, NP-Hard etc.

  • Nell Dale's C++ is very hard to read. He references things and doesn't give very good examples to back up what he is saying. The "big o" notation analysis could be removed to save half of the book's printing and some tree's while at it. The big o notation is easier to understand from the internet than the way he tends to explain it. Not worth the price but i had to get it because it was required.

  • I felt like it threw code at me without explanations and when I searched for certain functions I didn't understand, they weren't taught well at all. Maybe with a better professor this book wouldn't have been such a waste, but I learned my data structures on youtube instead. Thumbs way down. I would recommend other students to not buy it. You don't need it for CISS350 anyways. Just search YouTube for tutorials and you'll be much better off.

  • The assignment for the first week of my 250 Comp Sci was to read the first 120 pages of this text. I stopped at 100 pages. I don't see the point anymore. This can't possibly be a text for a 2nd year student in programing. Advanced design concepts are being thrown at me now without explanation. The only useful portion is the table of contents.

    More horrifying, is that a professor from the University I wish to transfer to gave this book a positive review. [...]
    His classes will be avoided...

  • Typically most students that take Data Structures are neither lazy nor stupid. This may be considered to be a good book if the person using it already knows the language and has good understanding of the principles used within the book. As a course book for people that are attempting to learn, this book has very little to offer. Sadly, I am in a class that requires this book. Everyone in the class is complaining about this book and even the teacher is having second thoughts about using it again. Probably the main problem is the cryptic code snippets included.

  • The book was amazing! It even came with some notes left in the book that actually helped.

  • Delivered in a timely manner. Good Book.

  • You know you have a awful computer text on a complex subject when the programs won't run, are wrong and missing! The author seems to either pride himself on making you go 360 or cannot get his own writing structure straight. This textbook is a model of what everything should not be in a textbook be as much as Plan 9 from Outer Space is an example of a bad movie. If you want to learn and do well then don't was your time; avoid this textbook at all costs like the plague.