How should a new node with the same value be inserted?

first post: antonyd wrote: Say a tree has an existing node with value 1. If another node of s...

Why does ICommonBinaryTreeNode have a TNode generic parameter?

first post: antonyd wrote: A relatively easier implementation of this interface could be ...

latest post: antonyd wrote: Also, CommonBinaryTree<TNode,TValue> restricts the use of TNode t...

Error loading Dsa.test.csproj project in monodevelop.

first post: antonyd wrote: If you are trying to see the code using monodevelop, then you coul...

Boundary conditions

first post: justINcoder wrote: Hi moderatorsI was going through your code project. I started with ...

The base class is missing.

first post: yuren1978 wrote: I downloaded the latest code, and it complains that the base class ...

latest post: lukadt wrote: Sorry for the inconvenience, it has been fixed...

It is already in .net?

first post: genbox wrote: According to the front page: "DataStructures and Algorithms (DSA) f...

latest post: gbarnett wrote: Quicksort is used in Array.Sort but our quicksort can be used on an...

A question about Fibonacci's numbers generator

first post: GianlucaGhettini wrote: I looked at the Fibonacci's generator and I would ask a question ab...

latest post: lukadt wrote: Hi Gianluca, i'm glad you are giving us interesting feedback and fo...

Stability of sorting algorithms...

first post: GianlucaGhettini wrote: Hi, good job!!! I'm a Luca's friend and I'm currently programming ...

latest post: gbarnett wrote: GianlucaGhettini wrote: Yes, IComparable interface allows deep...

Comments about Set<T> implementation

first post: mstrobel wrote: Hi there, I have some observations about the Set class. First,...

latest post: gbarnett wrote: I'll look into it Thanks, Granville mstrobel wrote: ...

Extension methods or static methods?

first post: gbarnett wrote: Which would you prefer DSA used for its standalone algorithms for s...

latest post: gbarnett wrote: True. I'll admit I didn't actually try the normal route until a wee...