Inside 206-105

Existential Pontification and Generalized Abstract Digressions

You could have invented zippers

In the beginning, there was a binary tree: struct ctree { // c for children int val; struct ctree *left; struct ctree *right; } The flow of pointers ran naturally from the root of the tree to the leaves, and it was easy as blueberry pie to walk to the children of a node. Unfortunately, […]

  • April 7, 2010