About this course
This course is delivered through a series of LIVE sessions which covers the basics of Data Structures & Algorithms in Java, one of the most popular programming languages in the world.
In this course, you will start with the concepts of time complexity along with basic algorithms like recursion, searching and sorting. You will also explore various data structures like Arrays, Linked lists, Stacks & Queues, etc. Data structures and algorithms concepts are covered through hands-on coding exercises which ensures practical learning.
The instructor will also explore how to tackle common problems asked in coding interviews, which is a part of the interview processes in major companies.
Calculation of complexity in code
Common sorting algorithms
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Frequently Asked Questions
Data Structures in Java means organising the data in memory. There are various ways by which one can organise the data in memory, one example is an array.
Different data structures in Java are int, char, float, double, pointer, arrays, linked list, stacks, and queues.
Data structures can be characterised as Primitive, Non-Primitive, Linear, Non-Linear, Static, and Dynamic data structures.
The array is the best data structure for the Java programming language. It provides built-in support for the array in the language itself.
The two main types of data structures are Arrays and Linked Lists.
An algorithm in Java is a step by step process that defines a set of instruction to be executed in a fixed order to achieve the desired output. Some of the common algorithms in Java are:
- Routine data manipulation
- Finding extreme values
Yes, ArrayList is a data structure. While an Array is a fixed size data structure, ArrayList is not.
Arrays are the fastest among other data structures. Under arrays, preferably the basic types, eg int, float, etc.
The binary search algorithm is the fastest search algorithm across programming languages.