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gleendo2016-06-11 12:18:50

A beginner's guide to algorithms?

In general, I study javascript, and in the course of studying I have to solve problems, and so, on some tasks, and even when studying built-in methods, some points are not clear.

In general, a poor understanding of the algorithms themselves. For example, I learned the methods themselves, but here's how it all works xs.

For example, I also could not solve the problem about the sieve of erastofen, and I don’t understand how sorting works.

More shortly, advise any small manual for the most beginners to begin to understand algorithms more or less.

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sts, 2016-06-11 @stunoff

Thomas H. Kormen: Algorithms. Introductory course.

D. M. Zlatopolsky: Programming. Typical tasks, algorithms, methods 2012

and just a collection of problems, suddenly come in handy for practice:

D. M. Zlatopolsky: Collection of Programming Problems

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dadster, 2016-06-12 @dadster

very cool explanation here, but you need to know English

https://www.khanacademy.org/computing/computer-sci...

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youlose, 2016-06-17 @youlose

Stevens Rod - Algorithms. Theory and Practical Application (World Computer Bestseller) - 2016

Good book in Russian, written in simple language, examples in Pascal-like pseudo-language.

PS is on rutracker.org

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globuser, 2016-06-14 @globuzer

Algorithms are also given in Knuth, but there is a lot of mathematics, if you go deep, you can

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Nikolai Ignatiev, 2016-06-17 @cyb3rD

You can take the edX course "Introducing to the Computer Science". They teach Python there, but it's quite affordable

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