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I see Introduction to Algorithms by Thomas Cormen being recommended all the time. Is there a for dummies alternative?(r/learnprogramming)
I love this book: www.amazon.com/Algorithms-4th-Robert-Sedgewick/dp/…
It’s a great read without being too math heavy. That combined with the fact that it has a great associated booksite, a Coursera course, and a couple of followup books by the same author that do go into the more mathy aspect of it, if you’re so inclined, make it a great introduction to the world of Algorithms.
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