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Binary Tree Class for C++

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Does anyone have access to or know where I can find a shareware Btree class for C++?
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Here's the answer that I gave for Q.10043110

one possible implementation [of B-Tree's] can be found at:
http://dictator.uwaterloo.ca/Bruno.Preiss/books/opus4/ 
follow the link through 'The Web Book' / 'Search Trees' / 'B-Trees'
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