|binary tree: user decides whether it should be a number tree or a word tree in c programming|
| by Longchao Dong in Programming Languages|
in my assignment i have to create a binary tree where the user inputs
the first thing the user does is enter 1 if they
want to create a number tree or 2 if they want a word tree.
type of tree they pick is the type it will be for the duration of the
running of the program.
there are many functions (and a few
structs) that must be written in or
|How to Fasten a Tree House to a Tree Without Nailing Into the Tree|
| by mikk in Home & Garden|
As motor skills sharpen, children become fascinated with climbing trees.
Trees with low-hanging branches are ideal for tree houses, offering
children a safe way to play in the trees. Building a tree house encourages
children to prolong the time they spend outdoors and be creative by
providing them with a private play space. Unfortunately, trees can be
damaged and sustain long-term injuries if you
|D3 Tree View, is key “children” required to properly display a tree|
| by Mai72 in Programming Languages|
I have a JSON I'm getting from another source to display in D3 Tree
View. The JSON is a tree structure but doesn't use the keyword "children"
to define child nodes. I don't have any control over the incoming JSON and
text denoting child nodes may change. Is D3 Tree View completely dependent
upon the keyword "children" or does D3 have a way to use other strings to
denote child nodes?
|Generating a call tree or abstract syntax tree in a mixed source code?|
| by sReas in Programming Languages|
I am looking for a tool to generate a call tree or abstract syntax tree
from a mixed-source code, consisting primarily of FORTRAN (some 77, mostly
90) and C++ (with a smattering of plain-old C). Ideally it should be
free/open source. On the commercially available end, I have seen
Understand, are there others?
Edit I am using the Intel Fortran
and C++ Compilers.
|Green Beetle Bugs Are Eating My Peach Tree, Lemon Tree & Tomatoes|
| by Tim Watson in Home & Garden|
Japanese beetles are common pests of fruit trees and vegetable plants.
Peach trees, lemon trees and tomato plants are often under attack from
these green beetles. Japanese beetles cause damage to host plants while in
both the larval stage, as well as the adult beetle stage, making them
especially difficult to control. IdentificationJapanese beetles are
native to Japan and are metallic green in
|Selenium use a Tree class for expanding/clicking a node in a tree made with RichFaces|
| by enginecrew in Programming Languages|
In Selenium RC I need to expand/click a node in a tree made with
RichFaces. I have done a TreeUtil class, but at this point I am not sure
how to click/expand a node (which I retrieve with this xpath:
using only a nodeNumber and a nodeLevel.
Anybody has any
|How to draw a tree structure? (A two-dimensional space allocation tree recursion algorithm?)|
| by beebob in Programming Languages|
I have an arbitrary tree structure of nodes. I want to draw this tree to
provide users a visual representation. I need to recurse over the tree and
for each node add a graphic item to a list, and then just draw the list of
items once tree recursion has finished. The recursion and drawing of items
is of course trivial - what's a bit more complicated is how to position
the graphic nodes so they
|Interpreting a variable number of tree nodes in ANTLR Tree Grammar|
| by Jesse McDowell in Programming Languages|
Whilst creating an inline ANTLR Tree Grammar interpreter I have come
across an issue regarding the multiplicity of procedure call
Consider the following (faulty) tree grammar
^(PROCEDURECALL procedureName=NAME arguments=expression*)
|Design for tree data illustrated by a tree view with edit feature|
| by Jason Merrill in Programming Languages|
I have a tree data structure, which is implemented with composite design
pattern. I want to show it by a tree view in a GUI. By some event (such as
double clicking a leaf in the tree view), a dialog corresponding to the
data item is pop up to edit the item. Current I figured out a design to do
it as following
// Data composite pattern.
|Finding father of node in Binary Tree converted from General Tree|
| by Elieder in Programming Languages|
I am using the Binary Tree implementation of a General Tree, with the
general algorithm that, the first son of a node is the "left" and any other
siblings are the "right" of the first son.
What I'm trying to
answer is, given a node p, how can I find the father of node p?
Here is a node (I'm traversing using a non-recursive way, thus the
visited and parent attributes)