Introduction
The article Data Structures and Algorithms – Recursion is the third in series, of online course for Data Structure Algorithm. This is an effort to introduce and explain the Recursion methodology of algorithm design and programming. We will try to write some recursion based code and analyze the complexity of the algorithms in detail.
Recursion
It is the concept of defining a method that makes a call to itself and the call is termed as a recursive call. This is a readable and still efficient way of designing algorithms in the scenario where the problem in hand can be redefined by...

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# onlineclasses

## Asymptotic Analysis

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This article Data Structures and Algorithms – Asymptotic Analysis presents a better approach to understand how to analyze algorithms. Moreover, we would like to understand what algorithms are and why they are important. In this article we will just try and understand the idea behind analyzing algorithms.
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Question: What are algorithms and their analysis?
Answer: It’s a theoretical study of computer program’s performance and resource usa...

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## Data Structures and Algorithms – Introduction

Introduction
This series of articles is from the online sessions I conduct for working professionals as a part of the data structures and algorithm subject. I will keep posting each session's article here so that it can be used by everyone who is not able to attend the sessions.
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What are data structures?
Data is the basis of information, in today’s e-age information is the most important asset. An important and un-deniable fact about data is that its volume is exponent...

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## Count Binary Search Trees created from N unique elements

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This is the third article for Binary Search Trees, to read more about the previous article, please check the topic Binary Search Tree Basics – a detailed discussion. To get updates on the coming articles in the series, please use the Subscribe feature on the right panel.
Purpose of article
This article explains few more aspects of binary search tree (BST). In the last article we learnt to construct a BST and then we revisited our technique to construct a better BST with the same. So this means that there can be more than one BST possible with a given set of e...

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## Building Binary Search Trees – detailed discussion

Introduction
This is the second article for Binary Search Trees, to read more about the previous article, please check the topic Binary Search Tree Basics – a detailed discussion. To get updates on the coming articles in the series, please use the Subscribe feature on the right panel.
Purpose of article
This article will resume from where we concluded in the first article, this is primarily to understand how to build a BST and understand the problems which arise after building Binary Search Trees. Then we will improve over it and find out ways to build better BSTs.
Do remember there is a...

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## Binary Search Tree Basics – a detailed discussion

Introduction
The article Binary Search Tree Basics - a detailed discussion is the first article for Binary Search Trees and the ninth article in the series of non-linear data structures, to read more about the previous article, please check the topic Operations on a binary tree – Hierarchical Datastructure. To get updates on the coming articles in the series, please use the Subscribe feature on the right panel.
Purpose of article
This article is to discuss Binary Search Tree in Detail, mostly the theory behind a binary search tree and how it is different from a Binary Tree and what all does...

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## Interview Question – Sorting Time Strings

Introduction
This is a pretty famous problem asked in most of the interviews, "Sorting the dates". This is not a complicated one but sometimes, it becomes real confusing or starts giving unexpected results, if not properly taken care of. To learn more about similar problems, please visit the Interview Section.
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Problem Statement- Sorting Time Strings
You are given an array of Time objects in which the times are in the following format "13:24:56.123" i.e. "HH:mm:SS.Z" and you need to sort them in ascendin...

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