Checking on Amazon and other on-line book stores and from many authors, I have mainly stumbled upon cynical reviews from many reviewers, that perhaps are aiming to high academically.
Which data structures and algorithms in C++ books have you read that you recommend because of its accessibility and accuracy?
Is Mark Ellen Weiss' a recommendable one?
Is Nicolai m. Josuttis' the C++ Standard Library good enough? Or does it not delve into algorithms and data structures enough?
Is there anything in particular you are trying to learn about or is this more about exposure to data structures and algorithms or just having a reliable resource to turn to the future? The reason that I ask is that I don't know of many books on data structures and algorithms in C++, so I am not sure how important that is to you. There are a couple of books that I know are highly recommended in general,
The Algorithm Design Manual
Introduction to Algorithms
They are not in C++ necessarily, but I think you will find it is easier to understand the ideas presented without language details getting in the way. However, it depends on what you are after.
Edited by jjd, 03 March 2014 - 07:18 AM.