Data Structures and Algorithms Using Visual Basic.NET (Google eBook)

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Cambridge University Press, Mar 7, 2005 - Computers
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This is the first Visual Basic.NET book to provide a comprehensive discussion of the major data structures and algorithms. Here, instead of having to translate material on C++ or Java, the professional or student VB.NET programmer will find a tutorial on how to use data structures and algorithms and a reference for implementation using VB.NET for data structures and algorithms from the .NET Framework Class Library as well as those which must be developed by the programmer. In an object-oriented fashion, the author presents arrays and arraylists, linked lists, hash tables, dictionaries, trees, graphs, sorting and searching as well as more advanced algorithms, such as probabilistic algorithms and dynamic programming. His approach is very practical, for example using timing tests rather than Big O analysis to compare the performance of data structures and algorithms. This book can be used in both beginning and advanced computer programming courses that use the VB.NET language and, most importantly, by the professional VB programmer.

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Arrays and ArrayLists
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Pattern Matching and Text Processing
Chapter 9
Binary Trees and Binary Search Trees
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms for Searching
Chapter 16
Chapter 17

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About the author (2005)

Michael McMillan is an instructor of Computer Science at Pulaski Technical College in Arkansas. He has written a textbook on Perl programming and co-authored an introductory textbook on Visual Basic.NET. He has also published over twenty articles in different trade journals on computer programming in Visual Basic, Perl and VBScript.

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