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It's rare that I agree with that big-nosed head-scratchy dude. My spacial skills are strong and physical objects make perfect sense to me.This link conclusively proves that I am not a programmer.I feel ya, head-scratchy dude. I feel ya.
This link conclusively proves that I am not a programmer.I feel ya, head-scratchy dude. I feel ya.
I feel ya, head-scratchy dude. I feel ya.
You mentioned CLRS and Sedgewick, but my favorite is Skiena's Algorithm Design ManualMany thanks for the link-spam of libhunt, hadn't heard of it but it looks super useful
Many thanks for the link-spam of libhunt, hadn't heard of it but it looks super useful
Libhunt - because someone likely implemented it better than you. ;)Bookmarked. Thanks.