## Data Structures & Other Objects Using JavaThis book takes a gentle approach to the data structures course in Java. It offers an early, self-contained review of object-oriented programming and Java to give students a firm grasp of key concepts, and allows those experienced in other languages to adjust easily. The book also offers a flexibility which allows professors such options as emphasizing object-oriented programming, covering recursion and sorting early or accelerating the pace of the course. This title meets the needs of professors searching for a book to balance the introduction of object-oriented programming and data structures with Java. |

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(On the other hand, if

expression is the value of manyItems prior to subtracting one.) Similarly, the last

two statements of add can be combined to data [

(On the other hand, if

**many**-**Items**-- appears as an expression, the value of theexpression is the value of manyItems prior to subtracting one.) Similarly, the last

two statements of add can be combined to data [

**many Items**++] = element; 12 ...Page 255

The number of elements in the bag is in the instance variable

For an empty bag, we do not care what is stored in any of data; // for a nonempty

bag, the elements in the bag are stored in data[0] / / through data[manyltems-1 ] ...

The number of elements in the bag is in the instance variable

**many Items**. // 2.For an empty bag, we do not care what is stored in any of data; // for a nonempty

bag, the elements in the bag are stored in data[0] / / through data[manyltems-1 ] ...

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In actual fact, there are far fewer than n operations, since

symbols are digits or parentheses. ... Once we know the total number of

are pushed onto the two stacks, we have a bound on how

In actual fact, there are far fewer than n operations, since

**many**of the inputsymbols are digits or parentheses. ... Once we know the total number of

**items**thatare pushed onto the two stacks, we have a bound on how

**many**things can be ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Chapter | 1 |

The Phases of Software Development | 2 |

Abstract Data Types and Java Classes | 35 |

Copyright | |

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Accessor method activated addAl addend algorithm applet arithmetic overflow array ArrayBag B-tree bag's binary search tree binary tree BTNode Celsius clone method collection class components computation constructor copy countOccurrences create current element cursor data type data[i declaration evaluate example Figure hash hash table head reference heap heapsort implements Cloneable Indicates insufficient memory information hiding initial capacity input instance variables IntArrayBag integer IntLinkedBag IntNode iterator Java's Javadoc linked list loop manyItems manyNodes mergesort method returns node null reference number of elements number of operations OutOfMemoryError Indicates insufficient package Parameters parentheses position Postcondition Precondition priority queue private instance variables pseudocode public boolean public class public int public Object public static void public void quicksort recursive call remove return value returns true root Self-Test Exercises sequence shown simulation specification stack step stored string subtree super.clone Suppose target technique Throttle Throws write zero