Seeking Tree::Base or other binary tree module to avoid reinventing the wheel 
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 Seeking Tree::Base or other binary tree module to avoid reinventing the wheel

Hi, folks. I find that I need a binary tree data structure in perl,
ideally with a routine for sorted insertion, and hoped to avoid reinventing
the wheel. The CPAN module list mentions Tree::Base as being pre-alpha.
Does anybody have anything they can give/recommend to me? Stuff that
mostly works is ok, too -- I'm not afeared of hacking.

Thanks in advance

 - Alan

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Fri, 21 Jul 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 Seeking Tree::Base or other binary tree module to avoid reinventing the wheel


Quote:
>Hi, folks. I find that I need a binary tree data structure in perl,
>ideally with a routine for sorted insertion ...

The most recent Perl Journal includes an excellent article by Mark-Jason
Dominus containing everything you wanted to know about binary trees but
were afraid to ask.  Just FYI.
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Sat, 22 Jul 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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