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Algorithms and Data structures

Handbook of Algorithms and Data Structures  
These WWW pages are not a digital version of the book, nor the complete contents of it. Here you will find the preface, table of contents, index and all source code of the handbook. The main goal is to make available through Internet the source code of many algorithms (in C and/or Pascal) that have been already tested.
Submitted: Sep 17, 1998
Chris Holt : Data structures and algorithms  
A series of articles. Aims: To cover recursion, structs, pointers, and classes in C++; to learn about the advantages and disadvantages of various data structures in facilitating rapid access and change of components of large objects.
Submitted: Jun 19, 1999
On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (Look-Up)  
What comes next after 1, 2, 4, 9, 20, 48, 115, 286, 719, ... (for example)? This is the place to find out! The main table is a collection of number sequences arranged in lexicographic order. The entry for each sequence gives: the beginning of the sequence its name or description any references or links any formulae cross-references to other sequences the name of the person who submitted it, etc.
Submitted: Sep 17, 1998

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