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2. Object-Oriented Data Structures

The traditional programming curriculum focuses far more attention on execution efficiency than in clean program design. Nearly all existing books on data structures including those that use C++ and Java fail to apply good object-oriented design principles in presenting interesting data structures. In this chapter, we will show how to formulate some of the most common data structures in an object-oriented design framework. Enjoy!


Corky Cartwright