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Software Coder, Geek, Computer Nerd. Interested in programming languages, algorithms, data structures, systems programming, Human-Computer Interaction and Artificial Intelligence.

Co-founder of Asustin Networks and URL shortening service: asust.in.


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comment Most efficient Implementation a Tree in C++
@ddyer I don't need a specific order for the branches but I do need to iterate all the branches, it is not so much about the elements as it is about the way they are connected to each other.
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@techfoobar strings, ints and enums.
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@LokiAstari No, but I know that all of the elements are inserted at the start, and then all the reading/fetching of the elements begin.
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@Hand-E-Food I will retrieve them by node path. And it will be populated in one go, and then read many times.
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