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# How to begin preparing algorithms?

 0 I am in 2nd year of CS but in our curriculum we have algorithms in 3rd year and data structures currently. But I wish to prepare them now as I have much time which I don't feel would be there in 3rd year. So what are some good resources for preparation? asked 27 Aug '17, 12:53 1★nikmul19 32●5 accept rate: 0%

 2 All good resources are mentioned by @raj79 just want to add one more Do Read CLRS also termed as bible of algorithms it is the best resource to learn algorithms. answered 27 Aug '17, 14:54 4★divik544 525●1●1●10 accept rate: 10% CLRS---> Introduction to Algorithms by T.H. Cormen, Charles E Leiserson,Ronald L Rivest, Clifford Stein (27 Aug '17, 14:57) divik5444★ 3 That book is thick af :p (27 Aug '17, 15:37) 2 Yes this is a warning that book is hell thick even i refrain from opening that book :P (27 Aug '17, 16:14) divik5444★ So shall I begin with CLRS( the thick one)? Or those resources. (27 Aug '17, 16:39) nikmul191★ if u r a beginner in algorithms then dont head towards CLRS start off your journey with geeksforgeeks and slowly you will automatically realize whether you should move towards CLRS or not. CLRS demands good grasp of Discrete maths so choose accordingly (27 Aug '17, 20:13) divik5444★
 0 answered 27 Aug '17, 15:55 1 accept rate: 0%
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