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Navin Singh

Joined: Nov 14, 2001
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I have a servlet which reads in a bunch of ints and stores them into a binary search tree. I am printing out the tree in level order using a queue. Does anyone generally know an algorithm, pseudocode, or code to determine how I would calculate the height of the tree and the depth of each node. Thanks.
Tim Holloway
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Joined: Jun 25, 2001
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A good book on algorithms would help. There's one I have from MIT press that devotes a lot of space to graphs (trees). I believe it's named "Algorithms" or something like that.
You could also ask in the general Java forums, since running in a serlvet environment isn't going to make any difference.

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