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This guide will help students in IS 2500 who need information on the theory of data structures, programming languages, and coding data structures.
Recommended texts include:
You will find a wealth of information in library databases and on the web. This guide seeks to point you to materials that will help you be successful in this course. For example, you could search Google for examples, but here are PowerPoints which support Michael Main's, Data Structures and Other Objects using Java, 3rd edition. According to Steven S. Skiena (SUNY Stony Brook), there are only three important ideas which must be mastered to write interesting programs.