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Hello
I am trying to implement RTree in java swing.
Question:
An image is made up of many small individual images.Its like a complete image with all the colours,where the colours are all individual images.The image should be implemented in an RTree.
Like the case of a directory structure.This should be such that the structure itself is in one frame and image to be retrieved is in the other frame.The image (any colour)should be available for retrieval in the other frame.
could you please provide some ideas or resources for this,which i require for a project i am working on.
Any help is highly appreciated.
Thanks.
 
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I don't think most people here are familiar with an "RTree" concept... at least I am not. Not sure I can be of any help unless you provide more detail.
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