Data Structures and Algorithms (Hacktoberfest 2019)
Update (October 8, 2019): Thank you everyone for your contributions. Due to Hacktoberfest's policy pull requests created in this repository will not count against Hacktoberfest PR count. However we would like to continue this project and everyone is welcome to create this a big collection of Algorithms and Data structures.
Do you have a knack for programming? Do Data Structures and Algorithms excite you? Well, you have come to the right place. This repository holds a collection of all the famous Data Structures and Algorithms you'd ever find.
As a part of Hacktoberfest 2019, you have a chance to contribute to this repository and get familiar with Open Source culture.
How to contribute
- Create an issue about the Data Structure/Algorithms or its application you'd like to implement.
- Wait for any of the maintainers to give you the green signal
- Code your heart out
- Create a pull request
- You're done!
Steps for contributing
- Decide with Algorithm/Data structure you want to work on that has not already been implemented
- Create an issue for it and wait for the maintainers to assign it to you
- Fork the repository
- Clone the forked repository
git clone https://github.com/<username>/Data-Structures-Algorithms-Hacktoberfest-2K19.git
- Create a new branch for working
git branch branch_nameand switch to the branch
git checkout branch_name
- Save your changes
git add .
- Commit your code
git commit -m "Single line description of what you did"
- Push your code
git push origin branch_name
- Create a pull request. Mention which Algorithm/Data structure is implemented along with which issue it closes. Example
Implemented Floyd Warshall algorithm in Rust Closes #2
- Wait for it to get merged!
Rules for contributing
- Follow the directory structure
Data Structures/<data structure>/<language>/<file>and
Data Structures/Linked List/cpp/linked_list.cppand
- Format/Indent the code properly
- Language folder and file names should be lowercase.
- Documented code is preferred (don't forget the space and time complexity of your code!)
- Only 1 Data Structure/Algorithm per issue/pull request
- Every PR should mention which issue it closes
- PRs without issues/Spam PRs will be marked as
invalidas it is against Hacktoberfest code of conduct.