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Building the C extension

Go to patricia-tree/ and launch:

python build

It will generate a 'build/' directory. Then you should 'cd' to 'lib.OS-version/' directory and run a Python interpreter. Here you can use the patricia-tree library.

Using the ternarytree module

Here a simple example for you.

>>> import ternarytree
>>> t = ternarytree.TernarySearchTree()
>>> t.add('hello')
>>> t.contains('hello')
>>> t.contains('hell')
>>> t.add('hell')
>>> t.contains('hell')
>>> t.contains('hello')
>>> t.add('hey')
>>> t.add('hexadecimal')
>>> t.add('hex')
>>> t.prefix_search('he')
[u'hello', u'hex', u'hexadecimal', u'hey']
>>> t.prefix_search('hex')
[u'hex', u'hexadecimal']

Running the tests

If you want to run the tests, just run this in patricia-tree/:

python nosetests

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