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how to search number from tuple tree?

 
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Anyone know the code for search number from tuple tree? I want to add into my code below. My idea below is to search number from the tree and then print the number. For example, enter input for event is 4, input for strength is 3. Then generate tuple tree. Then user enter number for searching. That number will check every branches in the tuple tree. Then it will printout the number.

Main class code.



Tree utils code.

 
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Can you explain what a tuple tree is and, in English, what your algorithm is for searching it? Then, maybe someone will be able to help.

Also, there are way too many hardcoded print statements. I'm sure that whatever the algorithm is there will be a more elegant way to code it than all of those print statements?

Is this for a class assignment? I'm trying to get a sense of how much you are expected to know about java structures to code this.
 
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