The Algorithms

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The Algorithms
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FounderAnup Kumar Panwar and Chetan Kaushik
TypeOpen Source Organisation
PurposeOpen Source resource for learning Data Structures & Algorithms and their implementation in any Programming Language

The Algorithms is an Open source resource for learning Data Structures & Algorithms and their implementation in any programming language.


The Algorithms was founded by Anup Kumar Panwar and Chetan Kaushik in 2016 as a resource for their college students where they can learn the implementation of any Data Structure and Algorithm in the programming language of their preference.[1] The founders discovered that the college students had a good understanding of how the algorithms work but they faced difficulties while writing code for the same. So The Algorithms was started with just 3 popular programming languages C, C++ and Python where the students can just read the code and understand it. Later the students themselves started adding various algorithms to the repositories.


Today The Algorithms is one of the biggest Open Source Organisations on Github.[2] It has more than 100 active members[3] on Github and 600 members on the Gitter channel. It is available in 22 Programming Languages. The most popular ones are:

Recently it has started writing plain text explanation of the algorithms in different languages which include English, Brazilian Portuguese, Spanish and Nepali.

Programming Laguages Available[edit]

C, C++, C#, Dart, Elixir, Elm, F#, Go, Haskell, Java, JavaScript, Jupyter, Kotlin, MATLAB, OCaml, Php, Python, R, Ruby, Rust, Scala, Swift

Useful Links[edit]

Apart from the Github, The Algorithms can be reached on:


  1. "The Algorithms Github".
  2. "The GitHub Python Top Repositories".
  3. "The Algorithms Members".
  4. "Top 11 Github Repositories to Learn Python".
  5. "Top Github repositories for Java developers".
  6. "Top C/C++ Machine Learning Libraries For Data Science".

Category:Collaborative software Category:Open Source Category:Algorithms Category:Computer Science

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