Tree - Descendant

Data System Architecture


An element A is called a descendant of an element B, if either:

  • (1) A is a child of B,
  • or (2) A is the child of some element C that is a descendant of B.

Descendants are elements (members) in branches below a parent.

  • A child is a direct descendant
  • A grand-child, a child of a child is also a descendant

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