Re: Generic B-tree implementation

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Vishal Patil <[email protected]> wrote:
> I am attaching source files containing a very generic implementation
> of B-trees in C. The implementation corresponds to in memory B-Tree
> data structure. The B-tree library consists of two files, btree.h and
> btree.c. I am also attaching a sample program main.c which should
> hopefully make the use of the library clear.

B-trees are useful mainly when you can get a bunch of pointers in one
swoop, i.e., by reading nodes from disk.

> I would be happy to receive inputs from the community for changes
> (enchancements) to the library. All the more I would like to help
> someone with a project which would take advantage of the B-Tree
> implementation.

Build infrastructure (== library) without clear users won't go very far on
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