A practical guide to implementing algorithms in C++.
Have you been looking for a C++ book that not only talks about some of the most popular algorithms of today, but also implements them? Then look no further. This book presents algorithms from a practical point of view, clearly explaining how the algorithms work, as well as fully implementing them in C++. Written to the intermediate C++ programmer, this book covers a wide range of subjects, from sorting and searching algorithms, to graph traversal algorithms, hashing algorithms, priority queues, finite state machines, and algorithmic generators, a unique, object-oriented way of implementing algorithms.
Includes theory and practice, with emphasis on practice.
- Builds from the basics to the most advanced techniques.
- Backs each algorithm with full source code provided on disk-no misleading code fragments.
- Includes high quality code, written specifically for C++, and not simply ported from some other language.
- All code fully tested in Borland and Microsoft versions of C++.
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