OT: good CS textbooks for a DIYer

From: Cini, Richard <RCini_at_congressfinancial.com>
Date: Thu Dec 2 08:59:56 2004


        This is an absolutely awesome site! Do any of the other major
universities known for their science/technology have this -- like Stanford,
CalTech or CMU?


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On Wed, 1 Dec 2004, Richard A. Cini wrote:

> I'm looking for recommendations on CS textbooks for myself...I'm
> embarking on sort of a DIY CS degree :-)
> Anyway, if anyone could recommend decent first-year and/or
> second-year books on algorithyms and data structures in C/C++, I would
> appreciate it.

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