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I wanted to know if there is good resource to learn about the ADTs like set ADT, list, array, boolean etc and their implementation.

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closed as primarily opinion-based by David Richerby, hengxin, Yuval Filmus, Evil, Discrete lizard Aug 27 '18 at 8:38

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I would say Algorithms by Robert Sedgewick and Kevin Wayne is a classic book which explains quite well the basics of these concepts.

However you could also find a lot of resources on the web for free.

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