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    [SOLVED] Re: adding items to a binary tree

    great ideas! thank you much
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    [SOLVED] Re: adding items to a binary tree

    the java code from 1 thru 10 is on the right track, any idea what the program or method would look like?
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    [SOLVED] adding items to a binary tree

    I am trying to make a class to build a simple tree. If we have a root as item #1, the next item added (#2) would be its left child. The next item added (#3) would be placed as the right child. The...
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    [SOLVED] generic arguments, binary tree

    solved
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    the word "this"

    I see the term, "this" used here and there and I don't understand what it means. I have searched around and has been said it means the current item. Well, I understand current item when using a...
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    [SOLVED] Re: changing character repetition

    You nailed it, thank you!
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    [SOLVED] changing character repetition

    is it possible to use two arguments in a recursive method to change the indentation & the amount of repetition of a character without using a loop?

    If the recursive method was called twice, here's...
  8. [SOLVED] Problems setting up java files that I downloaded from a publisher's website

    I am using a data structures book that has 4 files I downloaded from the publisher's website. The 4 files are

    BooleanSource.java
    Washer.java
    Averager.java
    CarWash.java

    I have all of these...
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    Re: making my code a little better, if needed.

    well, I'll try to answer both of you best as I can. So, the project is to make a method with one argument that passes an integer such as 5, 12 or 20. that number is the number of queens that will...
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    making my code a little better, if needed.

    here is the short version:

    my first constructor has two variables in it.
    my second constructor has two entirely different variables in it.

    is this ok to do or is this bad practice?


    here...
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