"Bill Cunningham" <nospam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
Well I have googled and googled and can't find a tutorial on database
algorithms. I think I have pretty much given up for now on the tree. The
tutorial here has code that just produced a bunch of errors.
I can't seem to find any examples in C. Just C++ and C#
Bill, Bill : your trolling is getting worse. Stay from database
algorithms until you are clear what a curly bracket means in C.
"Avoid hyperbole at all costs, its the most destructive argument on
the planet" - Mark McIntyre in comp.lang.c
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