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We were given this question to do but not even our teacher has a clue about how to go about doing it.We want to implement a data stucture that can store information about female family trees.Starting with an intial mother,w e want to be able to store the names of her daughters, of their daughters and so on
example Eva had three daughters, mary, sue and  sally
then mary had three daughters jane, sharon, and ann etc
but we have to use a text editor of sorts so that when we ask the question of whose daughter is is sharon we must get an answer but writing a program in pascal using multi- way trees
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I think www.literateprogramming.com tools can help you
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