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Overview of Tree Data Structures A tree is a collection of nodes connected by edges. Each node in the tree can have zero or more child nodes, and each child node can have zero or more child nodes of i…

Introduction I encountered Pharo in the process of trying to find an interesting project to contribute to in the open-source community space. I will write a separate blog on How I came across the Phar…

What is a tree? A tree is a hierarchical data structure consisting of nodes connected by edges. Each node in the tree can have zero or more child nodes, and each child node can have its own child node…

A tree is a non-linear data structure where each node is connected to several nodes with the help of pointers or references. This is a sample tree shown above. ✨Basic Tree Terminologies Root: The r…

What is a Tree? A tree is a nonlinear data structure. It is a collection of nodes where each node contains addresses of other nodes. A tree data structure has a root node, internal nodes and leaf nodes. The number of children of a node dete…

Definition A tree is a data structure that is commonly used in computer science to store and organize data in a hierarchical manner. At the top of the tree is a root node, which branches out into mul…

The ‘if’ statement that we need here is, either you know about recursion, or you don’t. If you know, then you can probably stop. But, if you don’t then you definitely must read on. Recursion is a phen…

From my experience, getting used to traversing non-linear data structures takes a bit of time. So when you try to get hold of trees, you need something easy to practice and finding maximum depth of bi…

Often, when building visual applications I find that as I build the applications in stages, there are often times when I’d like to be able to quickly view what data is in the application memory withou…