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Utilities for navigating flat trees

From The Dat Protocol:

Flat Trees are the core data structure that power Dat's Hypercore feeds. They allow us to deterministically represent a tree structure as a vector. This is particularly useful because vectors map elegantly to disk and memory.

Because Flat Trees are deterministic and pre-computed, there is no overhead to using them. In effect this means that Flat Trees are a specific way of indexing into a vector more than they are their own data structure. This makes them uniquely efficient and convenient to implement in a wide range of languages.

Part of the Datpy project.

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