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    https://unidef-systems.com
    git clone https://github.com/unidef/quantum quantum.work/

    im on my phone so I can’t do a full write up unless it’s really needed

    feel free to fork

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    Does this library do anything yet? When quickly checking out the code, it doesn't seem to be complete.
    Michael Larabel
    http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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      Not really, it's just a binary tree with a macro that allows you to hard code how many dimensions you can put into a binary tree.

      I'm still trying to figure out how to move() in many dimensions, so each node would have an array of an array of an array of an array etc and these things would go in infinitely, this is good for filling up space in a parallel fashion, the hard part is timing and input/output

      if you can implement a binary tree in php or javascript, it could be easily utilized in the phornix test suite, if possible id like "by unidef" =)

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