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Jtree Enumeration

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i have a Jtree of 3 levels (root and three other nodes).
how can i enumerate only nodes and not the entire tree.ie enumerating only interested nodes.
thanks.
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by:girionis
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I am afraid you will have to enumerate through all of them and select the ones you want. What exactly are you trying to do?
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zzynx earned 50 total points
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You traverse the whole tree (see http://javaalmanac.com/egs/javax.swing.tree/GetNodes.html) and
pick out the nodes that you're interested in
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by:expertmb
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have  a look at here
http://javaalmanac.com/egs/javax.swing.tree/FindNode.html?l=rel

find the node then traverse
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by:armoghan
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What yuo can do is, while inserting the nodes, you can place them in some collection, ArrayList or HashTable and use them afterwards,
Otherwise the only solution is suggested by the experts above of iterating and finding the node
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by:rjopata
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Thanks everyone for such useful comments and information.i guess i will have to check and get back soon.
regards.
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by:objects
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    public void visitAllNodes(TreeNode node) {
        // node is visited exactly once
        if (node.isLeaf()) {

           // a leaf node, do as you require

        }  else if (node.getChildCount() >= 0) {
            for (Enumeration e=node.children(); e.hasMoreElements(); ) {
                TreeNode n = (TreeNode)e.nextElement();
                visitAllNodes(n);
            }
        }
    }
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by:objects
ID: 12051919
If you're using DefaultMutableTreeNode then it has methods for returning Enumerations for all nodes which you can use to enumerate thru to find the leaf nodes.
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by:expertmb
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objects,
zzynx already posted which has the code of visitAllNodes() except the if (node.isLeaf()) :)
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by:expertmb
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typo,
zzynx already posted the link  which has the code of visitAllNodes() except the if (node.isLeaf())
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by:objects
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> except the if (node.isLeaf()) :)

Was think thats what was meant by only enumerate nodes
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by:rjopata
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> except the if (node.isLeaf())
thats right object.
easy everyone.:)
thanks a lot.
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by:rjopata
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all comments were really useful.
thanks everybody.
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by:zzynx
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Thanks for accepting
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