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am 7. Juni 2000
If at first you don't succeed...
Sedgewick's first cut at "Algorithms in C++" was a sick joke; the code was often incorrect and very difficult for even an intermediate C programmer to follow. In addition, there was virtually no difference between the C and C++ algorithms. In fact, that's why I put C++ in quotes in the title -- calling it representative C++ code was an extreme stretch.
It took several years, but Sedgewick has fixed that and has turned this work into one which better realizes its full potential. There is now a much stronger C++ and OOP flavor to the examples than there was before.
In summary, whereas I feel the previous version is not worth seriously studying (at least not the examples), this one is extremely solid and worth a spot on the bookshelf for CS students and "real-world" C++ programmers alike.
Call it the ballplayer who atones for his previous strike out by hitting a home run in his next time at bat.
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am 17. Dezember 1999
I have read the previos edition of this book, I like it .. but not much. However, that is the old story....
Mr. Sedgewick had done a very good job in this edition, which is FAR BETTER than any of his previos editions, and this make it one of the best algorithms books you can find.
After reading this book, my understand more of what I thought I already know, like those sorting & searching algorithms.
The outstanding book on algorithms by the well-known author, Robert Sedgewick. what more do you want, then?
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am 4. April 1999
Algorithms in C++ Parts 1-4:
After an exhaustive review of nearly every book available on data structures and algorithms (including the seminal "Art of Computer Programming"), and after a considerable reduction in my bank account, I can safely say that this is the best book available on these topics - period.
I rate a book on the basis of how close it comes to being the ONLY book that is needed to completely cover the subject matter. This is actually an almost unattainable goal for an author but this is the test I use. Writing style, clarity of communicating ideas, organization of the material, depth of coverage, practicality, and usability are all crucial elements of that goal and marks a book that will retain its value over time.
This book comes closer to reaching that goal than any other book I've read. I do have a minor complaint about this book and that is the particular coding style that Dr. Sedgewick uses. I am always diligent about writing clear, self-documenting, and visually appealing code whereas Dr. Sedgewick's code is, perhaps from necessity, rather abbreviated. For example, I've always preferred to use meaningful variable names, not just X or Y and am careful to use indentation to improve code readability etc. etc. This is a minor complaint however, and does not affect the usability of the code.
By the way, I do have one other complaint about which I have tried to contact Dr. Sedgewick: WHEN WILL THE SECOND VOLUME BE AVAILABLE!?
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am 7. Juni 2000
If at first you don't succeed...
Sedgewick's first cut at "Algorithms in C++" was a sick joke; the code was often incorrect and very difficult for even an intermediate C programmer to follow. In addition, there was virtually no difference between the C and C++ algorithms. In fact, that's why I put C++ in quotes in the title -- calling it representative C++ code was an extreme stretch.
It took several years, but Sedgewick has fixed that and has turned this work into one which better realizes its full potential. There is now a much stronger C++ and OOP flavor to the examples than there was before.
In summary, whereas I feel the previous version is not worth seriously studying (at least not the examples), this one is extremely solid and worth a spot on the bookshelf for CS students and "real-world" C++ programmers alike.
Call it the ballplayer who atones for his previous strike out by hitting a home run in his next time at bat.
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am 28. Juli 1999
I teach a course on computer-aided geometric design which includes some data structures and I appreciate Prof. Sedgewick's inclusion of geometric algorithms. It comes in handy at the end of the course.
I do have two suggestions: As others have said, please include some problem solutions. And, number two, please include somewhere (as most modern authors do) a link to some teaching aids. They may be working programs, powerpoint presentations and other items. With this addition, it would be a much better text and much easier to sell to potential adopting institutions.
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am 20. Mai 2000
This text is an excellent choice to learn about the data structures most commonly employed in C++. The author breaks down topics in to small well focused chapters that help beginning programmers concentrate on one structure at a time.
The algorithms are treated in a comprehensive manner. Besides the usual sorting and graph techniques many advanced and specialized topics such as file compression and cryptology are discussed.
In sum, it ia a good second book to buy when studying C++.
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am 22. November 1998
As a software developer hungry to learn, I find myself sorting through a large number of computer books to find the well-written ones that are worth investing my time and money in. After reading and using Sedgewick's Algorithms in C++, I consider it to clearly be among the best books on this subject. I found the examples to be well-explained and easy to understand, with lots of practical source code ready to use in your programs. I look forward to reading the upcoming Java version as well.
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am 28. Juni 1999
This book is very good for someone who is either new to the field or fairly experienced. Sedgewick combines a detailed approach with easy to understand explanations. One problem is that some of the code samples can get kind of ugly since Sedgewick attempts to fit them into small boxes. Other than that the book gets a definite recommend from me.
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am 7. Juli 1999
When I bought this book I didn't know anything about algorithms. This book helped me to learn developing various types of algorithms. The bad stuff is that part 5-8 is not published yet. This book is analytical and methodical so anyone can learn programming algorithms. I like it very much.
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am 29. November 1998
Of course, Mr. Sedgewick, this is a magnificent book. However, as in all your books, there are no answers to exercises. Why? The Donald Knuth's books containing answers to exercises should be a guideline for you.
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