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comment What method should I use to populate a tree as I'm consuming data that is contained within the tree?
If you don't already have the data structure written then you could implement an adjacency list to hold the tree as if it were a DAG and just use a graph insert method (insert(node from, node to)) (runtime is O(E)) if I remember correctly). The graph would still be mutable during construction though.
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comment What method should I use to populate a tree as I'm consuming data that is contained within the tree?
Because you get each layer in a chunk I'd look into breadth first traversal to build the tree
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comment How to code on a very tight schedule?
@omouse: No. It's not. Unless management/clients want to find out on the delivery date that they're not going to get the product they're expecting, then every day before that delivery date is a good time to raise concerns about the shitty estimates.
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comment Fixing bugs in other peoples code
Why was he mad? Everyone, always, should sync to latest and resolve conflicts before pushing.