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Thread: PQ Trees

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    Default PQ Trees

    An esoteric question, but I'm looking to implement a PQ Tree and am wondering if anyone has any experience and can generously help, provide code snippets, or point me in the direction of an online code that could be easily adaptable. I'd love to write the darn thing myself, but time constraints are having me search for a way to avoid reinventing the wheel. Thanks in advance
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    Default Re: PQ Trees

    After a bit more searching today, I ended up finding JGraphEd, which has an implementation of the PQ Tree that seems easy to follow and use.