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B+ trees are balanced trees which provide an ordered map from keys to values. They are useful for indexing large bodies of data. They are similar to 2-3-4 Trees and Red-Black Trees. This implementation supports B+ trees using an arbitrary n value.

This is a Perl implementation of this data structure.

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