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Thread: TreeNode vs. Node

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    Cool TreeNode vs. Node

    What are the key differences ?

    Looking to design a program to store and print out a tree..
    Just wondering which data structure to use.

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    Default Re: TreeNode vs. Node

    Hi Dear,
    There is no difference between tree node and node. if you are going for a double ended link list then you will need a node which is same as like a tree node.
    The main thing which makes difference between tree and link list is the logic by which the nodes are linked with each other.
    data structure to be used is depends upon the the data to be stored. if you have to store data about students(Linear data) of any class then you can use link list but if you want to store data hierarchical form you should use trees.
    But remember one thing if you will store sequential data in the tree form this will reduce time to search a data.

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