translate into a equivalent stream of 1's and 0s. There is no 1 to 1 relationship there.
>Any trivial stream of 1's and 0's could be translated into a valid Binary Tree
wrong again 🙄
1111 would be translated into 4 empty binary trees, not one.
0000 would be translated into one binary tree, with 3 inner left nodes, but also incomplete, because we are not specifying if it even has right nodes or node.
So, a trivial stream of 1's and 0's could be translated into a number of binary trees, which could be incomplete.
The problem with incomplete binary trees is that they do not .. 1/
I was WRONG on the Binary Tree part. I also have to specify like this:
0 = Node
1 = inner Node present or Not
So the leaf nodes would also look like this: 011
Any trivial stream of 1's and 0's could be translated into a valid Binary Tree. Interesting but useless.
0 = Node, 1 = Leaf (Node without any more sub nodes)
Trinary trees are a special case;
0 = Node, 1 = Has a inner node present or node.
All the leaf nodes inside a Trinary Tree would look like this: 0111 (Node without left, middle nor right sub nodes)
So I created this:
Currently you can run these commands;
#TOR related. There is this email service provider called "Dark Net Mail Exchange". You can get an account for free, but I wouldn't put my trust in there.
It still can be useful, if you need to create an email account and you are using TOR, since it won't require you to give your phone number, other email account, or any payment.
Be safe, always use TOR