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Breadth-first traversal

 
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I'm trying to implement a Breadth-first traversal in the application class use a queue and a binarysearchtree..I'm getting an error

public void breadthFirst( TreeNode tNode)
{
Queue q = new Queue( );
if( q.isEmpty() )
{
q.enqueue( this );
}

while( !q.isEmpty() )
{

}

}

E:\ICS\ICS 211 Projects (Fall 04)\Final Exam\211final_src\FinalDataTypesTest.java:11: cannot resolve symbol
symbol : class TreeNode
location: class FinalDataTypesTest
public void breadthFirst( TreeNode tNode)
^
1 error
 
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Hi,
Its because your method cannot find the class TreeNode.
If you are using the TreeNode from the swing library you need to import javax.swing.tree.TreeNode to make it work
 
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what about if my TreeNode class is in my BinarySearchTree class?
How can pass it as a parameter to the breadthFirst()
 
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