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Thread: B+ Tree implementation

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    Question B+ Tree implementation

    Hi
    I want to create a B+ tree with node's capacity=4 or whatelse >1
    Please,for your help.


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    Default Re: B+ Tree implementation

    Have you taken a look at this yet? It has a wonderful little algorithm for implementing a B+ tree. If you're still having trouble, tell us what exactly it is you're having trouble with.

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    Default Re: B+ Tree implementation

    I have seen this link.
    But,it doesn't have code in java.
    I want java method for insertion and/or search.
    If there is a code that i can't see,please copy it here.

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