Java Structures: Data Structures in Java for the Principled Programmer
by Duane A. Bailey
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 2007
Number of pages: 542
This text was developed specifically for use with CS2 in a standard Computer Science curriculum. It is succinct in its approach, and requires, perhaps, a little more effort to read. It is not a brief encounter with object-oriented data structure design, but a touchstone for one's programming future.
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