2nd edition of Art of Programming the Contest

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Hello

I am Posting a link to the Book "Art of Programming the Contest" 2nd edition Ahmed Shamsul
--Data Structures
--Algorithms
--C programming

http://www.mediafire.com/view/?ahgjogb3chiuuaz

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This document is intended to introduce pointers to beginning programmers in the C programming language. Over several years of reading and contributing to various conferences on C including those on the FidoNet and UseNet, I have noted a large number of newcomers to C appear to have a difficult time in grasping the fundamentals of pointers. I therefore undertook the task of trying to explain them in plain language with lots of examples.

PREFACE 2 INTRODUCTION 4 CHAPTER 1: What is a pointer? 5 CHAPTER 2: Pointer types and Arrays 9 CHAPTER 3: Pointers and Strings 14 CHAPTER 4: More on Strings 19 CHAPTER 5: Pointers and Structures 22 CHAPTER 6: Some more on Strings, and Arrays of Strings 26 CHAPTER 7: More on Multi-Dimensional Arrays 30 CHAPTER 8: Pointers to Arrays 32 CHAPTER 9: Pointers and Dynamic Allocation of Memory 34 CHAPTER 10: Pointers to Functions 42 EPILOG 53

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Abstract
This document explains how pointers and memory work and how to use them--from the
basic concepts through all the major programming techniques. For each topic there is a
combination of discussion, sample C code, and drawings.
Audience
This document can be used as an introduction to pointers for someone with basic
programming experience. Alternately, it can be used to review and to fill in gaps for
someone with a partial understanding of pointers and memory. Many advanced
programming and debugging problems only make sense with a complete understanding
of pointers and memory -- this document tries to provide that understanding. This
document concentrates on explaining how pointers work. For more advanced pointer
applications and practice problems, see the other resources below.
Pace

http://www.mediafire.com/view/?xw4dg2fct1ikgsk

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