qstr VS Abstract-Data-Types

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qstr Abstract-Data-Types
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MIT License MIT License
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  • Sources to learn Data structure implementation in C
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/C_Programming | 11 Jan 2023
    This GitHub repo: https://github.com/pavlosdais/Abstract-Data-Types is great! It uses void pointers and dynamic memory to store any kind of data type. Also, I'm currently working on a repository myself! Here's the link: https://github.com/saulvaldelvira/Generic-Data-Structures It also has the same approach, void pointers and dynamic memory, for versatility. Those are the ones I known. About documentation/Books, i don't really know about any that are focused on C. What I use for my repo is basically my notes for university. But the internet is huge! There are tons of Data Structures tutorials focused on C. Good Luck!

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