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    Default Can someone help me understand what I can use to solve this assignment?

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    No one here doing assignments for you. Ask your question specifically and show your effort. Then only you can find better explanations.

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    I'm not asking for anyone to do my homework or any coding for me. I'm simply asking what types will be effective like trees arrays... in each case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babe20042004 View Post
    I'm not asking for anyone to do my homework or any coding for me. I'm simply asking what types will be effective like trees arrays... in each case.
    Step down the project, address one at a time. Put your effort, and if you think the way you workaround is not good in different aspects, post the code and let us know on what you are really want to clarify. Then we all can comment on you and help you to complete the job.

    The way you start the thread is more likely asking to do your assignment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fubarable View Post
    You might need to ask a specific question to get a specific answer.
    Can't you read? This question is about everything and the world ;-)

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    Wow. Good assigment . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by babe20042004 View Post
    I'm not asking for anyone to do my homework or any coding for me. I'm simply asking what types will be effective like trees arrays... in each case.
    the reason you are given this assignment is to understand what types will be effective in each case. If someone tells you, means is doing a part of your homework. If someone does your homework you dont learn. And even if you use a wrong data structure, mark doesnt matter, you just need to understand why it was wrong, so you will gain knowledge for next time that you face a similar problem. good luck :)

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