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From: Humble <webprom@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Fusion of 2 trees - please help

Thank you for your reply!

This has to be done manually, I cannot use anything besides simple caml
light code... no library use possible.
 
It's not a homework (Is anyone having school works at this time of the year?
That wouldn't be good).

It's for me to understand the language. I'm learning it for a while, but
still need a lot more work. Any resource you can advise with many exercises
specifically about trees in caml light?

Thank you once again!



Thomas Fischbacher-2 wrote:
> 
> 
> Humble wrote:
> 
>> I need to develop a function that will fuse 2 ordered binary trees. The
>> result of the fusion must be a directly ordered binary tree.
>> Does anyone have an optimized function for this? Much appreciated!
>> 
>> Thank you!
> 
> Is this a homework exercise?
> 
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> best regards,
> Thomas Fischbacher
> tf@functionality.de
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