No trees in the stdlib?
Mon Jun 29 07:41:46 CEST 2009
João Valverde <backup95 at netcabo.pt> writes:
> Interesting, thanks. The concept is not difficult to understand but
> I'm not sure it would be preferable. A copy operation should have the
> same cost as a "snapshot",
You mean a deep-copy? That is unnecessarily expensive; with a
functional structure you can snapshot (or copy) by copying a single
> undo is kind of redundant and multithreading... don't see a
> compelling use that would justify it.
Here is one:
> Have you considered how the syntax would work in Python by the way? This:
> new_tree = old_tree.insert(object)
> Just looks wrong.
It looks fine to me. Obviously you could support a wrapper with
a mutating slot that holds a pointer to the tree.
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