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i have decided to take up an online course on data structures... but the problem is the algorithm is predominantly based on java... i am familiar only with c and c++... is it a good option for me to take up the course?? does it need knowledge about java in detail???
Jan 18 '14 #1
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Nepomuk
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The syntax of Java was in many parts based on that of C++ (which was of course based on C), so syntactically speaking, you shouldn't have too many problems with Java. There are of course differences in the languages (and big ones, especially in the libraries!) but a course on data structures will probably not use those too much. So long things short: I'd go for it if I were you.
Jan 18 '14 #2

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