No trees in the stdlib?

Aahz aahz at pythoncraft.com
Fri Jun 26 07:32:13 CEST 2009


In article <mailman.2139.1245994218.8015.python-list at python.org>,
Tom Reed  <tomreed05 at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>Why no trees in the standard library, if not as a built in? I searched 
>the archive but couldn't find a relevant discussion. Seems like a 
>glaring omission considering the batteries included philosophy, 
>particularly balanced binary search trees. No interest, no good 
>implementations, something other reason? Seems like a good fit for the 
>collections module. Can anyone shed some light?

What do you want such a tree for?  Why are dicts and the bisect module
inadequate?  Note that there are plenty of different tree implementations
available from either PyPI or the Cookbook.
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