# help in explaining binary tree

Discussion in 'C++' started by Jerry Khoo, Apr 5, 2004.

1. ### Jerry KhooGuest

hello, everybody, i am kinda new here, nice to meet u all. Now, i am
cs students and are now facing difficult problems in understanding
what a binary tree is, how it works, and the algorithm to display,
arrange, find, delete the leaf node in binary tree.

I hope that anyone with expereince in building binary tree could help
me in explaining the binary tree functions, and give a sample code of
the whole picture behind the tree. And further more, i would like to
know what is the usage of binary tree in real world.

Kindly, thanks to anyone who helped me, and thanks for the grudges of
reading my whole message, thanks to everyone

Jerry Khoo, Apr 5, 2004

2. ### Karl Heinz BucheggerGuest

Jerry Khoo wrote:
>
> hello, everybody, i am kinda new here, nice to meet u all. Now, i am
> cs students and are now facing difficult problems in understanding
> what a binary tree is, how it works, and the algorithm to display,
> arrange, find, delete the leaf node in binary tree.
>
> I hope that anyone with expereince in building binary tree could help
> me in explaining the binary tree functions, and give a sample code of
> the whole picture behind the tree. And further more, i would like to
> know what is the usage of binary tree in real world.
>
> Kindly, thanks to anyone who helped me, and thanks for the grudges of
> reading my whole message, thanks to everyone

This topic is much to large to be discussed in a newsgroup like this.

Use the force Luke, search the web!
Search phrase: "binary tree tutorial"
comes up with lots of links

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Karl Heinz Buchegger

Karl Heinz Buchegger, Apr 5, 2004

3. ### Bill SeurerGuest

Bill Seurer, Apr 5, 2004
4. ### osmiumGuest

Jerry Khoo writes:

> And further more, i would like to
> know what is the usage of binary tree in real world.

you write is added to a tree. By twenty or less queries in the tree you can
resolve a million different words. If you know you mentioned aunt Agatha on
some mis-remembered occasion, you can rapidly find the mention(s) in the
thousands of files on your PC.

It may be helpful to think of the game "Twenty questions".

osmium, Apr 5, 2004
5. ### Kevin GoodsellGuest

Jerry Khoo wrote:

> hello, everybody, i am kinda new here, nice to meet u all. Now, i am
> cs students and are now facing difficult problems in understanding
> what a binary tree is, how it works, and the algorithm to display,
> arrange, find, delete the leaf node in binary tree.

the group for discussing such things. You have a question about a
general programming topic. Come back when you have a C++ question.

-Kevin
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