From: (waldby julian f)
Newsgroups: talk.bizarre
Subject: FTSD: archaeology
Date: 1 Dec 1998 17:47:51 GMT
Organization: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Message-ID: <741a47$ccj$>

MestaRiva (AP) -

Archaeologists reported today a find that will shake the computer
science kingdom. Scientists exploring programming sediment in the
Oscaterial region of the IBM mainframe unearthed more fossils of what
scientists call a 'linked list'. The new finds, 65 million years old
demonstrate that the head previously applied to linked lists is
actually that of the data structure which frequented the Pilat Plains
called the 'binary tree'. Scientists hope that with the heads properly
applied, more can be learned about these ancient data structures.

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