TernarySearchTreeAutocomplete

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Question Description

Implement the following two methods TernarySearchTreeAutocomplete.java

1) void addAll(Collection<? extends CharSequence> terms)
Adds all of the terms to the autocompletion dataset. Each term is a CharSequence that represents a potential autocompletion option. The order of the terms in the collection is arbitrary. Behavior is undefined if duplicate terms are added to the dataset.

2) List<CharSequence> allMatches(CharSequence prefix)
Returns a list of all terms that begin with the same characters as the given prefix. Given the terms [alpha, delta, do, cats, dodgy, pilot, dog], allMatches("do") should return [do, dodgy, dog] in any order.

Below I have provided the full workspace, SimpleExample.java runs a reference implementation, Modify the class to test your own implementation for debugging purposes, and check that it lines up with the matches returned by the given reference implementation

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