Actually, I redid it in C++. And the new URL is at http://nathanbelue.blogspot.com/2012/04/red-black-trees.html>.
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It can be easily adapted for other languages. I focus on the algorithm more than the language. Anyways, the first part covers everything up to and including insertion. Erasing is a b-- well, it's a bad headache. I will cover erasing in part two of the tutorial which will be posted probably in a couple of weeks after I have a couple of days to dedicate to it. Right now, I'm pretty busy getting ready for final exams and stuff like that.
Let me know what you think. I want to make part 2 much easier to understand since it will be dealing with more complicated stuff. How can I improve upon my method of teaching?
Also, not that it's terribly important, but what do you think of the syntax highlighter I whipped up one afternoon about a week ago? :D
|Response Title||Author and Date|
|I don't have much time to look at it since it's 23:01 here, but...||on Apr 20|
|Thanks, and to explain that part...||on Apr 20|
|The old link won't work. I made some improvements. (url*)||on Apr 20|
|* Finished! It covers, erasing, too now.||on Apr 28|
|Okay, seriously, this grammar error is bugging me!||on May 29|
|That doesn't apply anymore.||on May 30|