Regarding C) No. Definately not (IMO anyway). Did the fact that I implemented 2-3 trees (aka red-black trees) in perl rob me of understanding 2-3 trees? Did it with huffman compression? Did it with LZW compression? Treaps? No no, perl frees you from all the BS junk and allows you to narrow down quickly on the algorithm at hand. It may not be as efficient as the same thing coded in C, but its the same algotihm and thus will perform just the same way.
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