Data Structures Through C (With CD-ROM) is a reference book on the subject of Data Structures.
Summary Of The Book
Data Structures Through C (With CD-ROM), written by Yashavant Kanetkar, is a guidebook that seeks to explain the fundamentals of data structures, a concept related to computer programming. It takes an innovative approach to the subject by using a concrete language like C to explain concepts, instead of merely relying on algorithms as many other books on the subject often do.
The book explores concepts like algorithm analysis, arrays, strings, linked lists, queues, stacks, sparse matrices, searching and sorting, graphs, and trees. In fact, readers can actually experience procedures like the construction of a binary tree, traversing of a doubly linked list, and sorting of an array through the carefully designed animations presented on the CD-ROM accompanying the book.
The concepts are presented in a lucid manner. Numerous examples and programs are also included to help readers get a better understanding of the complex operations performed on data structures.
The book was published in 2010 by BPB Publication. It has received positive reviews for its unique approach to data structures as well as the author’s style of presenting complex concepts simply and clearly.
About Yashavant Kanetkar
Yashavant Kanetkar is an Indian programmer and author.
His books include UNIX Shell Programming, Let Us C, Object Oriented Programming With C++, Let Us C++, Programming Experience In BASIC, Java Servlets JSP, Writing Windows Device Drivers, Go Embedded, and C#.NET Fundas.
His writing focuses on various programming languages and related concepts.
Kanetkar is an engineering graduate from Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute, Mumbai, India. He has a master’s degree from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur. He has mentored numerous IT professional over the years. He has also won the "Microsoft Most Valuable Professional" and "Best .NET Technical Contributor" awards given by Microsoft. Kanetkar speaks regularly on subjects related to technology. He has also contributed to columns in publications like Developer 2.0 and Express Computers. He is currently focusing on his work for two Nagpur-based companies called KSET and KICIT.
Excellent book with Good Animations
14 Mar, 2012
good for newbies, not for advanced learners
5 Dec, 2012
Crap Book !!
27 Aug, 2013
9 Sep, 2012
Simple English to understand....
22 Jul, 2012
Certified Buyer, Saharanpur
25 Jun, 2013
6 Mar, 2012
Best book for beginners
3 Oct, 2011
regarding this book...
27 Sep, 2011