On Sun, Aug 26, 2001 at 07:29:59PM -0400, Sterling Hughes wrote : 
>     Currently working on the Binary Tree implementations for the ADT
>     extension and was wondering what people thought as more intuitive,
>     something like:
>     $tree = tree_new(AVL_TREE);
>     tree_insert($tree, $element, "compare_func");
>     // ...
>     Or:
>     $tree = avl_tree_new();
>     avl_tree_insert($tree, $element, "compare_func");
>     Basically the difference between a generalized tree api, where you
>     pass a constant to the constructor (if you allow me to use that term
>     :), or where every form of the tree has a different set of functions
>     (currently planned are Red-black tree's, AVL tree's, Simple Binary
>     Search Tree's and Btree's).
>     Thoughts?  I'm currently leaning towards the first one...


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