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Hi, I have a struct that I am using for a tree structure. The problem is that when I try to declare pointers for parent, child, next and previous, vc gives me an error about recursive definitions. How can I work around this? struct TreeNode { TreeNode* Next; ... } Thanks, tj963 Edited by - tj963 on January 29, 2002 4:43:53 PM

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Problem with the "Treenode Next" example is that an infinite amount of memory would need to be allocated on object creation. This is not the case when using a pointer.

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