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// Copyright (C) 1991 Texas Instruments Incorporated.
// Permission is granted to any individual or institution to use, copy, modify,
// and distribute this software, provided that this complete copyright and
// permission notice is maintained, intact, in all copies and supporting
// documentation.
// Texas Instruments Incorporated provides this software "as is" without
// express or implied warranty.
// Created: MBN 07/06/89 -- Initial design
// Updated: MBN 08/15/89 -- Inherit from Generic and initial implementation
// Updated: MBN 09/19/89 -- Added conditional exception handling
// Updated: MBN 02/27/90 -- Added constructor that takes a pointer to node and
// the current_depth() member function
// Updated: MJF 03/12/90 -- Added group names to RAISE
// Updated: VDN 02/21/92 -- New lite version
// Updated: JAM 08/19/92 -- modernized template syntax, remove macro hacks
// Updated: JAM 08/19/92 -- made *_state typedef a nested typedef "IterState"
// as per new Iterator convention
// Updated: JAM 09/28/92 -- made Node class have ItemType and nchild members
// so don't have to give template parameters twice
// The N_Tree class implements N-ary trees, providing the organizational
// structure for a tree (collection) of nodes, but knowing nothing about the
// specific type of node used. N_Tree is parameterized over a node type and a
// data type, where the node specified must have a data slot of the same type
// Type as the N_Tree class. Two node classes are provided, but others could
// also be written. The N_Node class implements static-sized nodes for some
// particular "N" number of sub-trees, and the D_Node class implements dymamic
// sized nodes derived from the Vector class.
// Since the organization of a tree is important (as with an expression tree),
// the user must supervise the construction of the tree by directing specific
// node and sub-tree assignment and layout. No attempt is made by the N_Tree
// class to balance or prune the tree.
// The N_Tree class supports the concept of a current position and a current
// traversal mode. When the traversal mode is set, the current position is
// invalidated. The first call to advance the current position causes an
// internal dynamic cache of pointers to nodes to be created ordered according
// to the traversal mode. Future current position methods then act based upon
// the information in the cache. Any method that changes the tree structure
// invalidates the cache.
// There are two public constructors. The first takes a reference to a Node
// object and constructs an N_Tree object whose root is the supplied node. The
// second takes a reference to an existing N_Tree object and duplicates its
// size and contents. The N_Tree class has four private data slots. The first
// contains a pointer to the root of the tree, the second maintains the current
// position, the third contains a pointer to a dynamic cache of pointers to
// nodes used by the current position methods, and the fourth contains a
// pointer to the default node comparison function. In addition, there are two
// private methods. The first is used to create the cache of pointers to nodes
// upon the first dispatch to advance the current position, and the second is
// the default node comparison function to be used if the user does not chose
// to provide one.
// All methods in the N_Tree class support the organization, structure, and
// traversal of a tree. Methods to allow manipulation of individual nodes and
// sub-trees is located in the node classes. N_Tree has methods to search for a
// sub-tree, find a node with a specific value, and return a pointer to the
// parent of the current node. The reset, next, prev, value, remove, and find
// methods provide a mechanism to iterate through the nodes of a tree based
// upon the current position. The specific traversal mechanism for use with
// this iteration can be set with the set_traversal method, and all nodes can
// be removed from the tree with clear. Finally, methods are provided to
// traverse the tree in either preorder, inorder, or postorder and apply a
// user-specified function to each node.

#ifndef N_TREEH // If no definition for class
#define N_TREEH

#include // Include NT_State

enum Left_Right {NONE, LEFT, RIGHT};

class CoolN_Tree {
typedef CoolNT_State IterState;
typedef Boolean (*Apply_Function)(const Node::ItemType&);

CoolN_Tree(Node* root=NULL); // Default
CoolN_Tree(Node& root); // Simple constructor
CoolN_Tree(const CoolN_Tree&); // Copy
~CoolN_Tree(); // Destructor

void clear (); // Empty the tree
inline long count (); // Return number of nodes
inline void reset (); // Current position invalid
inline Traversal_Type& traversal (); // Set/Get the traversal mode
inline Node*& operator[] (int); // Set/Get pointers

inline Boolean next (); // Advance to next node
Boolean prev (); // Backup to previous node
Node::ItemType& value (){/*##;*/ // Get value at current position
if (this->state.stack.is_empty() ) // If no position established
this->value_error (); // Raise exception
CoolNT_Stack_Entry stack_entry = this->;
return (((Node*)stack_entry.get_first())->get());
Boolean find (const Node::ItemType& value){/*##;*/ // Search for item in tree
for (this->reset (); this->next (); ) // For each node in tree
if (this->value() == value) // If node found in tree
return TRUE; // Inidicate success
return FALSE; // Inidicate failure
inline CoolNT_State& current_position(); // Get/Set Tree's curpos
inline long current_depth () const; // Depth of curpos in tree

void preorder (Apply_Function fn){/*##;*/ // Preorder traversal
if (this->t_mode != PREORDER) // If incorrect traversal mode
this->t_mode = PREORDER; // Set preorder mode
for (this->reset() ; this->next (); ) // For each preorder node
(*fn)(this->value()); // Apply function
void inorder (Apply_Function fn){/*##;*/ // Inorder traversal
if (this->t_mode != INORDER) // If incorrect traversal mode
this->t_mode = INORDER; // Set inorder mode
for (this->reset() ; this->next (); ) // For each preorder node
(*fn)(this->value()); // Apply function
void postorder (Apply_Function fn){/*##;*/ // Postorder traversal
if (this->t_mode != POSTORDER) // If incorrect traversal mode
this->t_mode = POSTORDER; // Set postorder mode

for (this->reset() ; this->next (); ) // For each preorder node
(*fn)(this->value()); // Apply function

CoolN_Tree& operator= (const CoolN_Tree&);
inline operator Node*() const; // Conversion to node ptr

Node* root; // Root of tree
long number_nodes; // Number of nodes in tree
Traversal_Type t_mode; // Retains traversal type
CoolNT_State state; // Iterator state for CoolN_Tree

void do_count (Node*); // Count nodes in tree
Boolean next_internal (Traversal_Type); // Moves current_position
inline Node* copy_nodes(const Node*) const; // Copy subnodes

void value_error (); // Raise exception

// Reset -- Initialize current position of Tree
// Input: None
// Output: None

inline void CoolN_Tree::reset () {

// count -- Return number of nodes in tree
// Input: None
// Output: Number of nodes in tree

inline long CoolN_Tree::count () {
this->number_nodes = 0; // Initialize count
this->do_count (this->root); // Count nodes in tree
return this->number_nodes; // Return node count

// set_traversal -- Set traversal mode
// Input: Traversal type
// Output: None

inline Traversal_Type& CoolN_Tree::traversal () {
return (this->t_mode); // Traversal mode

// operator[] -- Overload the brackets operator to provide a mechanism to set
// and/or get a sub-tree pointer of a node whose zero-relative
// index is specified from left to right
// Input: Zero-relative index into vector of sub-tree pointers
// Output: Reference to a pointer value

inline Node*& CoolN_Tree::operator[] (int index) {
return (this->root->sub_trees[index]);

// next -- Move current position to next node in tree. If no more nodes
// return FALSE
// Input: None
// Output: TRUE/FALSE

inline Boolean CoolN_Tree::next () {
return next_internal (this->t_mode);

// current_depth -- Get current depth of current position in tree
// Input: None
// Output: Depth of current position node in tree

inline long CoolN_Tree::current_depth () const {
return this->state.stack.length() - 1;

// operator Node -- Provide an accessor to the encapsulated Node object
// Input: None
// Output: Pointer to node object

inline CoolN_Tree::operator Node* () const
return this->root;

inline Node* CoolN_Tree::copy_nodes(const Node* n) const{
Node* new_nodes = NULL;
if (n)
new_nodes = n->copy_nodes(n); // recursive deep copy
return new_nodes;

#endif // End N_TREEH #if