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On Thu, Jul 4, 2019 at 2:20 PM Costello, Roger L. <costello@mitre.org> wrote:

Sorry, I am not clear on what you are suggesting. Do you mean this (recursive) design:

Yes. that's it. You can dispense with binary-tree as well and just use root-node.

That doesn’t reduce the number of levels in the tree.

I think it does.  Your design has node as the sole child of left-child and right-child. I am just talking about merging their functions into a single element, one that says it is a node *and* which child it is.  If you knew there would never be any nodes with just one child, you could use just node elements and let ordering do the work (left first, right second), but that limits the applicability.

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