Memory Organization

This is a discussion on Memory Organization within the C Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; I hope there isn't too hard of a way of doing this, but I am looking for some type of ...

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    Memory Organization

    I hope there isn't too hard of a way of doing this, but I am looking for some type of common tree structure.

    Is there something that has it so that each node of the tree can have x amount of children, and able to keep track of which parent a child belongs to?

    If you aren't understanding this, I can try to explain again. Think of it kind of like a family tree.

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    n-ary tree, http://www.brpreiss.com/books/opus5/html/page257.html

    The link is for java, but it explains what they are (without any code too).

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