About two weeks ago, I finally got my hands on an original version of the latest edition of the CLRS book. Most significantly, the pseudo-code convention has changed to be a little more like modern, object-oriented languages (e.g. Java, C#, etc.).
For example, to access a property of an object, instead of property[object] (which was the notation used by the 2nd edition) we will write object.property.
Also, there are many places that the whole text has been rewritten. All in all, it was a very good buy. My only regret is that from now on my “CLRS at a glance” articles won’t be compatible with my earlier notes.
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