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Despite what skel seems to be implying, there are significant differences between the data structures, and you really need to understand those differences.
Nah dog, searching my List<BTree<Tuple<Map<string, string>, int>>> only takes O(n^n), it's cool.
List is just just nodes with pointers sequentially
BTree is just nodes with two pointers each, with the pointer dependent on the value of the next node
Tuple is just two values together that's used as one.
Map is just a list that uses a hash function to determine node placement.
It's all just pointers pointers to different things. You can argue how "special" a "balanced tree" is, but it's still just a linked list with some special rules for how pointers point to nodes. It's literally all the same thing.
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