This book covers:
- Arrays and lists: the most common data structures.
- Stacks and queues: more complex list-like data structures.
- Linked lists: how they overcome the shortcomings of arrays.
- Dictionaries: storing data as key-value pairs.
- Hashing: good for quick insertion and retrieval.
- Sets: useful for storing unique elements that appear only once.
- Binary Trees: storing data in a hierarchical manner.
- Graphs and graph algorithms: ideal for modeling networks.
- Algorithms: including those that help you sort or search data.
- Advanced algorithms: dynamic programming and greedy algorithms.