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Data Structures and Algorithms in Kotlin

Data Structures and Algorithms in Kotlin
Data Structures and Algorithms in Kotlin

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             TitleData Structures and Algorithms in Kotlin Ray Wenderlich
         Author: Irina Galata & Matei Suica
     Publisher: Razeware LLC
    Language: English
        SubjectSwift / Computers & Technology / Programming / Apple Programming
No. of pages: 404
         Format: PDF, EPUB, Source code

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    Section I: Introduction to Data Structures & Algorithms

    The chapters in this short but important section explain what’s built into the Kotlin Standard Library and how you use it in building your apps. You’ll learn why one algorithm may be better suited than another. You’ll also learn what the Big-O notation is and how you can continue to answer the question: “Can we do better?”

    Specifically, you’ll learn:

    Chapter 1: Kotlin & Kotlin Standard Library: The Kotlin Standard Library refers to the framework that defines the core elements of the Kotlin language. Inside the Kotlin Standard Library, you’ll find a variety of tools and data types to help build your Kotlin apps, including data structures.

    Chapter 2: Complexity: Answering the question, “Does it scale?” is all about understanding the complexity of an algorithm. The Big-O notation is the primary tool that you’ll use to think about algorithmic performance in the abstract and independent hardware or language. This chapter will prepare you to think in these terms.
    These fundamentals will set you on your way; before you know it, you’ll be ready for the more advanced topics that follow. 

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