Monday, February 19, 2007

B+ tree - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

B+ tree - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "A B+ tree is a variation on a B-tree. In a B+ tree, in contrast to a B-tree, all data is saved in the leaves. Internal nodes contain only keys and tree pointers. All leaves are at the same lowest level. Leaf nodes are also linked together as a linked list to make range queries easy."

So I'm back and my phone isn't working and databases confuse me and I'm sad cause I thought I was going to be able to talk to people after work......

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