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;;;; $Id$
;;;; Nodes used in binary trees and doubly linked lists.

;; Copyright (C) 1991-1995 Free Software Foundation

;; Author: Per Cederqvist <ceder@lysator.liu.se>
;;	Inge Wallin <inge@lysator.liu.se>
;; Maintainer: elib-maintainers@lysator.liu.se
;; Created: 20 May 1991
;; Keywords: extensions, lisp

;;;; This file is part of the GNU Emacs lisp library, Elib.
;;;;
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;;;; Author: Inge Wallin
;;;; 

;;; Commentary:

;;; A node is implemented as an array with three elements, using
;;; (elt node 0) as the left pointer
;;; (elt node 1) as the right pointer
;;; (elt node 2) as the data
;;;
;;; Some types of trees, e.g. AVL trees, need bigger nodes, but 
;;; as long as the first three parts are the left pointer, the 
;;; right pointer and the data field, these macros can be used.
;;;

;;; Code:

(provide 'elib-node)


(defmacro elib-node-create (left right data)

  ;; Create a tree node from LEFT, RIGHT and DATA.
  (` (vector (, left) (, right) (, data))))


(defmacro elib-node-left (node)

  ;; Return the left pointer of NODE.
  (` (aref (, node) 0)))


(defmacro elib-node-right (node)

  ;; Return the right pointer of NODE.
  (` (aref (, node) 1)))


(defmacro elib-node-data (node)

  ;; Return the data of NODE.
  (` (aref (, node) 2)))


(defmacro elib-node-set-left (node newleft)

  ;; Set the left pointer of NODE to NEWLEFT.
  (` (aset (, node) 0 (, newleft))))


(defmacro elib-node-set-right (node newright)

  ;; Set the right pointer of NODE to NEWRIGHT.
  (` (aset (, node) 1 (, newright))))


(defmacro elib-node-set-data (node newdata)
  ;; Set the data of NODE to NEWDATA.
  (` (aset (, node) 2 (, newdata))))



(defmacro elib-node-branch (node branch)

  ;; Get value of a branch of a node.
  ;; 
  ;; NODE is the node, and BRANCH is the branch.
  ;; 0 for left pointer, 1 for right pointer and 2 for the data."
  (` (aref (, node) (, branch))))


(defmacro elib-node-set-branch (node branch newval)

  ;; Set value of a branch of a node.
  ;;
  ;; NODE is the node, and BRANCH is the branch.
  ;; 0 for left pointer, 1 for the right pointer and 2 for the data.
  ;; NEWVAL is new value of the branch."
  (` (aset (, node) (, branch) (, newval))))

;;; elib-node.el ends here.
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