Different binary search tree implementations, including a self-balancing one (AVL)
Package name is
npm install binary-search-tree --savemake test
The API mainly provides 3 functions:
delete. If you do not create a unique-type binary search tree, you can store multiple pieces of data for the same key. Doing so with a unique-type BST will result in an error being thrown. Data is always returned as an array, and you can delete all data relating to a given key, or just one piece of data.
var BinarySearchTree = require'binary-search-tree'BinarySearchTreeAVLTree = require'binary-search-tree'AVLTree // Same API as BinarySearchTree// Creating a binary search treevar bst = ;// Inserting some databstinsert15 'some data for key 15';bstinsert12 'something else';bstinsert18 'hello';// You can insert multiple pieces of data for the same key// if your tree doesn't enforce a unique constraintbstinsert18 'world';// Retrieving data (always returned as an array of all data stored for this key)bstsearch15; // Equal to ['some data for key 15']bstsearch18; // Equal to ['hello', 'world']bstsearch1; // Equal to // Search between bounds with a MongoDB-like query// Data is returned in key order// Note the difference between $lt (less than) and $gte (less than OR EQUAL)bstbetweenBounds $lt: 18 $gte: 12; // Equal to ['something else', 'some data for key 15']// Deleting all the data relating to a keybstdelete15; // bst.search(15) will now give bstdelete18 'world'; // bst.search(18) will now give ['hello']
There are three optional parameters you can pass the BST constructor, allowing you to enforce a key-uniqueness constraint, use a custom function to compare keys and use a custom function to check whether values are equal. These parameters are all passed in an object.
var bst = unique: true ;bstinsert10 'hello';bstinsert10 'world'; // Will throw an error
// Custom key comparison function// It needs to return a negative number if a is less than b,// a positive number if a is greater than b// and 0 if they are equal// If none is provided, the default one can compare numbers, dates and strings// which are the most common usecasesif aage < bage return -1;if aage > bage return 1;return 0;// Now we can use objects with an 'age' property as keysvar bst = compareKeys: compareKeys ;bstinsert age: 23 'Mark';bstinsert age: 47 'Franck';
// Custom value equality checking function used when we try to just delete one piece of data// Returns true if a and b are considered the same, false otherwise// The default function is able to compare numbers and stringsreturn alength === blength;var bst = checkValueEquality: checkValueEquality ;bstinsert10 'hello';bstinsert10 'world';bstinsert10 'howdoyoudo';bstdelete10 'abcde';bstsearch10; // Returns ['howdoyoudo']
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