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Unformatted text preview: 15-121: Introduction to Data StructuresFall 2009Exercise11/13/2009KitchenDue: Wed, Dec 2, 8amEXTRA CREDIT date:Tue, Nov 255pmRelevant Reading:Chapter 9.4 of the online text by Eck. Topic: Binary TreesChapter 10 of the Lewis and Chase book (up to section 10.4). The rest of Chapter 10 and Chapter 9 are also of interest.Assignment: (worth 10 exercise points) Worth an extra point if turned in by the extra credit date.Zip file: Kitchen.zipUse the files in this folder as your basis for this assignment. Be sure to add documentation as appropriate to all of your files. Consider a housewares store which wishes to track its inventory online. The datafile "inven.txt" should at all times keep a list the current items carried by the store. Each item will have 3 pieces of information: item description, item number, and item price (in that order). Note that there is NOT a number at the beginning of the file indicating how many items are found in the file....
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- Spring '09
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