Anybody know a good Data Structure Book?

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Do you really need an entire book? Take a look at this website. Read through the code and the explanations and then make your own demo of structs. It's unbelievably simple.

http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/structures/

@OP

Adding to the above suggestion,

1)Fundamentals of Data Structures in C++
by Ellis Horowitz , Sartaj Sahni, Dinesh Mehta

2)Data Structures Using C
by Aaron M. Tenenbaum

im not sure about the first book, the second one is pretty good.

Care to be more specific? Your request is pretty broad/generic. Is there anything in particular you are looking for?

I've read "Object Oriented Design Heuristics" by Arthur Riel. It's a good guide to designing for OOP if you're looking for something like that. It's more of a way to verify your design than an actual design paradigm, and it's language neutral.

Care to be more specific? Your request is pretty broad/generic. Is there anything in particular you are looking for?

A book that explains thats in a simple way. Like linked list, vertex, OOP, etc.

not to mention Pointers.

What does the subject of pointers have to do with the subject of data structures? Other than a structure can contain pointers.

Here is an interesting article about pointers written by DaWei

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