B+ tree fill factor

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    B+ tree fill factor

    For a node of the B+ tree, not the root and not a leaf, the fill factor of at least 50% usage has to do with the keys OR with the pointers?

    I remind you that if a node has for example k keys, then it has k+1 pointers.
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    The answer is the pointers.
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    It’s 2014 and I still use printf() for debugging.


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