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@JohnnyApplesauce The successor would likely be the next node. Something linear, like a linked list, comes to mind. I suppose it could also be a tree structure as you're traversing it, but that feels like stretching the definition.
Did you have a particular algorithm in mind?
4:18 AM
I meant in a BST, sorry
@JohnnyApplesauce I assume you mean binary search tree there. I'd say the successor is whichever child node you decided was on the right path. Do you have sample text containing that phrase?
No just my notes
“If nose z’s successor is z’s right child,...
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See this post for why this question is difficult to answer as it stands: softwareengineering.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/6166/…yshavit 47 secs ago
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3:06 PM
This question is probably better asked on the Software Engineering community site. At a glance it sounds like the right solution is to have a separate React frontend that comsumes a PHP backend API. — nevada_scout 52 secs ago
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Welcome to StackOverflow! But this is not the right place to ask this question. Rather post it on softwareengineering.stackexchange.comvendettamit 42 secs ago
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@Enigmativity more info on it is now here: softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/questions/402381/…WDUK 52 secs ago

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