Everybody learns about balanced binary search trees in their introductory computer science classes, but even the stouthearted tremble at the thought of actually implementing such a beast. The details surrounding rebalancing are usually just too messy. To show that this need not be the case, we present an algorithm for insertion into red-black trees (Guibas and Sedgewick, 1978) that any competent programmer should be able to implement in fifteen minutes or less.
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