Java - All Algorithms implemented in Java

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Algorithms are implemented in Java. This is for education purpose only. Algorithms include Sorting, Search Algorithms, Dynamic Programming, Ciphers, Data Structures and few more.

https://github.com/TheAlgorithms/Java

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