computer science, Algorithm and data structure Quizzes
(Computer Science, Algorithms and Data Structure quizzes for GCSE and GCE A level Candidates with different difficulty levels)
Programmers study Computer science, in which algorithms and data structures are topics under computer science. These programmers can easily perform the tasks related to data processing, automated reasoning, and even most calculations. Data structure and algorithm are significant for developers as they show their problem solving abilities amongst the prospective employers making their skills very essential for particular tasks, some of these tasks could include most electronic devices functionality, as well as robotics.
Computer science is the study of processes involving algorithms, computational machines as well as computation itself. As a discipline, computer science go through a wide range of topics like theoretical studies of algorithms, to computation and information and to the practical issues of implementing computational systems in hardware and software.
An algorithm is a series of instructions that are followed, step by step, to do something useful or to solve a problem. We can can consider a cake recipe as an algorithm for making a cake, for example. In computing and computer science, algorithms provide computers with a successive guide to completing certain tasks and actions.
A data structure is a collection of data type 'values' which are normally stored and organized in such a way that it allows for efficient access and modification always. When we say data structures, there are generally four forms: We have
Linear that is, arrays, lists
Tree having binary, heaps, space partitioning etc
Hash made up of distributed hash table, hash tree etc
Graphs having decision, directed, acyclic etc.
The Following are the multiple-choice questions (MCQs) or objective quizzes from data structures and Algorithms. The quizzes are set from the topics such as arrays, records, pointers, linked lists, stacks, queues, recursion, trees, sorting and searching. For more quizzes on Computer science, click Computer S.
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