marfig at gmail.com
Tue Jan 20 22:47:47 CET 2015
In article <d34dbfbe-fe82-47dc-8bc3-c8773e2b70dd at googlegroups.com>,
rustompmody at gmail.com says...
> Yeah python has trees alright.
> Heres' some simple tree-code
Didn't you just demonstrate that Python has no trees and instead you
have to implement them yourself (or use a third-party implementation)?
I don't know what's the point of all this vain and misleading play with
words. Not only most languages don't implement trees in their standard
libraries (its no shame, it's no sin), but also it's quite evident that
there's a big difference between implementing a data structure yourself
through the application of language facilities and seeing that data
structure already implemented for you in the standard library.
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