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 Scripting a Binary Tree Using Tcl

"Tcl is a serious language used extensively in automated testing of network hardware as well as real-time imaging in the medical field. The big plus for Tcl is that it is machine-independent. I can run my script on my Sun workstation, my PC laptop, and my Macintosh PowerBook with no modifications to the code. Tcl is also my box of Legos, and this binary tree project was a proof of concept that I can create a complicated tree data structure. Now I need to work on this more complicated project and take a close look at which Tcl bricks snap together to store line segments in a tree. Go out there and have some fun with programming--I am!"

 (Submitted by Noel Sat Jan 29, 2005 )


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