User talk:Themania

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Orphaned non-free media (Image:SOASMattafix.jpg)[edit]

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Disputed fair use rationale for Image:MOS - The 2008 Annual.jpg[edit]

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Tree traversal[edit]

I studied this in college, but we used a language called Sparks which doesn't seem to be covered in Wikipedia.

It appears you created the sample programs for each type (at least the current ones). There may be another word, but that's what I thought of. It doesn't say what language, and this was not one of the ones I studied. It might be helpful to understanding the article if the language was specified. Or what is Wikipedia's method of dealing with the situation?

I ran out of time yesterday, but an annual event for me is walking through the cemetery, something I don't often have time to do. I enter at the "root", and go inorder until I have covered the whole cemetery. Only I didn't have time for all that. Actually, it's not a tree, because there are several entrances and a number of roads connect with each other. I'm going back in two weeks and I hope the weather is just as pretty.Vchimpanzee · talk · contributions · 21:37, 14 January 2010 (UTC)

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