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Reverse a String in Java

Following Python, we’re taking a look at how to Reverse a String in Java. Get ready to slog through a lot of code.

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The Tree Data Structure Family

Trees aren’t just those large leafy structures outside. They’re also a way to store data in a computer. In this tutorial, we talk about a family of data structures called the tree. For the purposes of application, we’ll cover the binary search tree.

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The Queue Data Structure

Line up to meet the stack’s closest relative, the queue! In this tutorial, we’ll chat about another linear structure know as the queue.

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The Stack Data Structure

If you’re comfortable with linked lists, then this next lesson will be a stack of pancakes! I think that’s the phrase, right?

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The Linked List Data Structure

With an understanding of the array, we’re now able to tackle the linked list. Forget indexing! It’s time to get comfortable with object references.

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The Array Data Structure

First up on our quest to learn the various data structures is the array! In this lesson, we’ll take a look at the physical structure of an array, then study its syntax, and finish off with a look at its performance in terms of Big O.

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Big O Notation and Data Structures

Software isn’t all about products and services. It’s a form of engineering which requires mathematical analysis from time to time. In this tutorial, we’ll cover everything you need to know about algorithm performance and complexity using Big O notation with plenty of examples.

Java Basics Series Review

Java Basics Series Review

Looks like we’re ready to wrap up our Java Basics series with a review. In this final lesson, we’ll take what we’ve learned to create a program which grades tests.