Prelude Picture Pool-in

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    Prelude Picture Pool-in

    Mentioned in an earlier thread about Preludes use of ASCII art, I think we should work through the tutorials at eternallyconfuzzled and transform the the said AA into pretty jpegs!

    Shouldn't take long if a few of us take a page each. I've got Photoshop so I'm well equipped - of course MSPaint or GIMP will work just as well.

    I'll take the first page on BST's. Time to give something back people

    *edit*

    Prelude: Where shall we send the pics?
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    I plan on zipping 'em and posting an attachment. I've got 9 left to do on that red-black tutorial.
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    Wow, I had no idea people were so interested in helping. Thanks!

    >I'll take the first page on BST's.
    This one will be getting a big update soon, so you might want to hold off on that page.

    >Prelude: Where shall we send the pics?
    An attachment will be fine, or you can email them to happyfrosty@hotmail.com.
    My best code is written with the delete key.

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    Damn I've already started! Nevermind I'll keep it and go straight for the page on AVL trees.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pianorain
    I plan on zipping 'em and posting an attachment. I've got 9 left to do on that red-black tutorial.
    9 left!! What are you using?
    Lining the numbers up and making it all neat is a pain in the butt in photoshop
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    Visio rules for making diagrams. All those nice circles and lines are already made for you. It snaps stuff to grids and centers your text.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pianorain
    Visio rules for making diagrams. All those nice circles and lines are already made for you. It snaps stuff to grids and centers your text.
    Visio rings a bell.
    I've only done 4 and my finger is starting to develop a stiffness.
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    Prelude, I've got a question. On the 10th ASCII art drawing on the red-black tutorial, you have nodes 0,1,3, and 4 in the first two trees, but the third tree magically has 0,1,2 and 3. Was this intentional?
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    >Was this intentional?
    No, I go through several variations of a diagram before the final result, and sometimes I forget to change things to the way they should be. The structure is correct and the numbers match up where 2 is equivalent to 3 and 3 is equivalent to 4, but that's a typo. It should be like this:
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          2,B                        2,B                  1,B
    
        /     \                    /     \              /     \
    
     0,R        3,B  ->        1,B         3,B  ->  0,R          2,R
    
        \                    /                                       \
    
          1,R            0,R                                           3,B
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    Okay, images sent.
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