Usually, in JAVA the computer programming language we use Data structures that are the organizational tools data scientists use to update, manage, and index internet services efficiently. Data structures are also used as the basis for many algorithms, due to the way they can filter and sort large quantities of data.

Data structure works based on the memory address, the pointer, the procedure. Different types of data structures are suited to different kinds of applications, and some are highly specialized to specific tasks. Topics: Array, Linked List, Stack, Queue, Binary Tree, Binary Search Tree, Heap, Hashing, Graph, Matrix, Misc, Advanced-Data Structure Overview: Overview of Data Structures | Set 1 (Linear Data Structures), Overview of Data Structures | Set 2 (Binary Tree, BST, Heap, and Hash), Overview of Data Structures | Set 3 (Graph, Trie, Segment Tree, and Suffix Tree), Abstract Data Types

In the data structure, you will be learning about ray, Pointer, Structure, Linked List, Stack, Queue, Graph, Searching, Sorting, Programs, and more such concepts. Introduction to Linked List Linked List vs Array Linked List Insertion Linked List Deletion (Deleting a given key) Linked List Deletion (Deleting a key at a given position) A Programmer’s approach of looking at Array vs. Linked List Find Length of a Linked List (Iterative and Recursive) How to write C functions that modify the head pointer of a Linked List? Swap nodes in a linked list without swapping data Reverse a linked list Merge two sorted linked lists Merge Sort for Linked Lists Reverse a Linked List in groups of a given size Detect and Remove Loop in a Linked List Add two numbers represented by linked lists | Set 1 Rotate a Linked List Generic Linked List in C Circular Linked List Introduction and Applications, Circular Singly Linked List Insertion< Circular Linked List Traversal Split a Circular Linked List into two halves Sorted insert for a circular linked list. Doubly Linked List Introduction and Insertion Delete a node in a Doubly Linked List Reverse a Doubly Linked List The Great Tree-List Recursion Problem. QuickSort on Doubly Linked List Merge Sort for Doubly Linked List Introduction to Stack Infix to Postfix Conversion using Stack Evaluation of Postfix Expression Reverse a String using Stack Implement two stacks in an array Check for balanced parentheses in an expression Next Greater Element Reverse a stack using recursion Sort a stack using recursion The Stock Span Problem Design and Implement Special Stack Data Structure Implement Stack using Queues Design a stack with operations on middle element How to efficiently implement k stacks in a single array? Sort a stack using recursion Queue Introduction and Array Implementation Linked List Implementation of Queue Applications of Queue Data Structure Priority Queue Introduction Deque (Introduction and Applications) Implementation of Deque using circular array Implement Queue using Stacks Find the first circular tour that visits all petrol pumps Maximum of all subarrays of size k An Interesting Method to Generate Binary Numbers from 1 to n How to efficiently implement k Queues in a single array? Binary Tree Introduction Binary Tree Properties Types of Binary Tree Handshaking Lemma and Interesting Tree Properties Enumeration of Binary Tree Applications of tree data structure Tree Traversals BFS vs DFS for Binary Tree Level Order Tree Traversal Diameter of a Binary Tree Inorder Tree Traversal without Recursion Inorder Tree Traversal without recursion and without stack! Threaded Binary Tree Maximum Depth or Height of a Tree If you are given two traversal sequences, can you construct the binary tree? Clone a Binary Tree with Random Pointers Construct Tree from given Inorder and Preorder traversals Maximum width of a binary tree Print nodes at k distance from the root Print Ancestors of a given node in Binary Tree Check if a binary tree is a subtree of another binary Binary Heap Why is Binary Heap Preferred over BST for Priority Queue? Binomial Heap Fibonacci Heap Heap Sort K’th Largest Element in an array Sort an almost sorted array/ Tournament Tree (Winner Tree) and Binary Heap

Learn all the concepts of programming from scratch and become proficient in java programming. With this course, students will be ready to write any level of the program using java.

- LinkList/circularList
- Arrays
- Multi-Array
- Binary Tree
- Recursions
- Sorting
- Searching
- Stack Queue/priority Queues
- Sliding Windows
- DFS/BFS
- Graph
- Tries
- String
- BackTracking
- Suffix/Prefix
- Pattern Matching/KMP