Hey all,
it is my first topic ever here, and i would express how i am really happy to be here, i feel it, as i am home

Sorry if it not the place to place my question about alogs (Algorithms) in but i still donâ€™t know where to write it down.

I really want to find where i could learn Algos (new/old)?
it is really so important to me, as i want to develop my skills,
so is there any place/ book/ anything to find ALL Algos gathered in?
i hope that somebody could help me with it, because i am really searching activitely but with no gain!
thanks in advance!

Sorry if it not the place to place my question about alogs (Algorithms)
in but i still donâ€™t know where to write it down.

This is fine.

I really want to find where i could learn Algos (new/old)?
it is really so important to me, as i want to develop my skills,
so is there any place/ book/ anything to find ALL Algos gathered in?

Youâ€™ll not find something with all algorithms - there are infinitely
many. An algorithm is simply a reliable procedure for producing the
solution to a problem in a finite period of time. There are, of course,
inifinitely many problems, and those with algorithmic solutions can have
more than one algorithm to solve them.

That said, there are many common basic situations youâ€™ll encounter
frequently or routinely, and well known algorithms use in many of these
situations.

Someoneâ€™s mentioned Knuth, though heâ€™s hard going. A quick search:

I was thinking that, there is a kind of comprehensive book, something to record any new published Algorithm, but now, I guess that, I need to it by myself. ( tracking the new published algorithms made )

I have found a lot of suggested books on amazon, which i really donâ€™t know with which should i start .
for example:
1- Python Algorithms Mastering Basic Algorithms in the Python Language (Magnus Lie Hetland)
2- INTRODUCTION TO ALGORITHMS (THOMASH. CORMEN, CHARLESE. L EISERSON, RONALD L. RIVEST, CLIFFOR D STEIN)

3- Algorithms to Live By_ The Computer Science of Human Decisions (Brian Christian, Tom Griffiths)

and what was missing?

If you are asking what was missing in those books, so i am afraid that, i canâ€™t answer on this question, beacuse i havenâ€™t read them all yet.

But, if you are asking, what was missing as my point of view? i could say that, i miss a comprehensive book, which is good to start with to learn the algorithms from scratch to an advanced level

The Art of Computer Programming is missing newer developments in the field, and tries to illustrate things using a synthetic assembly language. Although itâ€™s impressive, I wouldnâ€™t really recommend it today.