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vb.net print barcode zebra Figure 10.13 A tree in Java
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10.1 In the Java inheritance tree: a. The size of the tree in Java 1.3 is 1730. b. The Object class is at the root of the tree. c. A final class is a leaf node in the Java inheritance tree. a. True. b. False: It s one more because the root of the subtree is in the subtree but is not a descendant of itself. c. True d. False e. True f. True g. False h. True i. True j. True k. False l. False m. True n. True a. The leaf nodes are L, M, N, H, O, P, Q; the children of node C are G and H; node F has depth 2; the nodes at 3 three are L, M, N, O, P, and Q; the height of the tree is 3; the order of the tree is 4. b. The leaf nodes are C, E, G, O, P, Q, R, and S; node C has no children; node F has depth 2; the nodes at level 3 are L, M, N, and O; the height of the tree is 4; the order of the tree is 4. CHAP. 10]

