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Defining a package to handle binary trees

Description
  • definition of subroutines (function, procedure)
  • data structures 'list' and 'record'
  • type definitions
The package 'bintree' defines the new types 'tree' (to represent a binary tree data structure) and 'node' (a tree node, building blocks of trees storing the actual data) for the Mosel language and also a set of subroutines for working with trees, such as inserting a value into a tree, locating a value, getting the tree size, printing out a tree, and converting a tree to a list.

The model file 'exbtree.mos' shows how to create a tree and work with it using the functionality of this package. To run this example, you first need to compile the package (resulting in the BIM file 'bintree.bim'). You may then execute the example in the same directory that contains this BIM file.


Source Files





exbtree.mos

(!*******************************************************
   Mosel Example Problems
   ======================

   file exbtree.mos
   ````````````````
   Example of use lists and of the 'bintree' package

   -- Note: The package 'bintree' (file bintree.mos)  
      needs to be compiled before executing this model --

   (c) 2008 Fair Isaac Corporation
       author: Y. Colombani, 2006
  *******************************************************!)
model exbtree
uses ':bintree.bim'

declarations
 arbre:tree
 allvals:list of real
end-declarations

repeat
 insert(arbre,round(random*100))
until arbre.size = 10

write("Values in the binary tree:"); show(arbre)

allvals:=tolist(arbre)
writeln("The smallest value:",allvals.first)
writeln("The biggest value:",allvals.last)
writeln("The 5 first entries:",splithead(allvals,5))
writeln("Remaining after split:",allvals)

end-model


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