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Implementation of various data structures and algorithms in Go.Containers are either ordered or unordered. All ordered containers provide stateful iterators and some of them allow enumerable functions.

data-structure map tree set list stack iterator enumerable sort avl-tree red-black-tree b-tree binary-heap collections go-collectionBuckets is a complete, fully tested and documented data structure library written in pure JavaScript.

data-structures collections collection linked-list dictionary map multimap stack queue set bag binary-heap priority-queue binary-search binary-search-tree tree tree-structure buckets data structure linked list heap priority binary data-structure hashmapSource code of Learning JavaScript Data Structures and Algorithms book.

javascript-algorithms algorithm data-structures typescript typescript-algorithms stack queue deque priority-queue linked-list set tree sorting-algorithms dictionary binary-tree avl-tree quicksort graph graph-algorithms dijkstra-algorithmIt is a complete, fully tested data structure library written in TypeScript. This project uses TypeScript Generics so you need TS 0.9 and above.

typescript generics data structures collections linked list dictionary default multi binary search tree key value stack queue set bag heap priority arrayTrying out various DS and Algorithms for learning purposes and to refresh my Java skills.

algorithm stack tree sort palindrome strings graph dijkstra matrix permutation hash-map trieThis is repository of data structures and algorithms written in JavaScript and Ruby. Some of the algorithms are from Cracking the Coding Interview by Gayle Laakmann McDowell . Contributions are welcome! Please read the Contributing guidelines and the Code of Conduct on how to contribute. This project is Licensed under the MIT License.

datastructures data-structures algorithms algorithm-challenges cracking-the-coding-interview tree algorithm stack sum palindrome anagrams queue trees stacks trie tries heapThe goal of dslib is to demonstrate how complex data structures (and related algorithms) can be developed by reusing simpler ones. In general, textbooks come with numerous unrelated examples each relevant to a specific DS. dslib, on the other hand, grows by consuming the earlier data structures. The core component is a circular doubly linked list. Library-internal data structures are dynamically (de)allocated.

academic stack tree avl dlist data-structuresTurn any collection of objects into its own efficient tree or linked list using Symbol. This library has been designed to provide an efficient backing data structure for DOM trees. You can also use this library as an efficient linked list. Any meta data is stored on your objects directly, which ensures any kind of insertion or deletion is performed in constant time. Because an ES6 Symbol is used, the meta data does not interfere with your object in any way.

tree metadata symbol-tree js dom linked-list list queue es6 symbol data-structure efficiency nodejs browser algorithms stack📘 Personal basic practice test playground.

algorithm sort binary linklist stack thread tree design-patternsSolutions for Cracking the Coding Interview - 6th Edition

array arrays string strings string-manipulation linked-list linkedlist stack queue tree trees graph graph-algorithms bitset bits sum matrix permutation palindrome ctciThis repository contains various data structures and provide insights about them. Feel free to create an issue if you see one in any of the implementations. Below topics/problems are covered as of now.

linkedlist stack heap graph concurrenthashmap array trie collision-handling queue tree set cacheData Structures with Go Language

data-stuctures golang-examples arrays binary-trees linked-list graph-algorithms interview-questions collections stack queue binary-search-tree binary-search tree sorting-algorithms dictionary algorithms educational searching-algorithms
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