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Joined: Dec 09, 2006
Dec 04, 2007 23:38:00
What is the best way to write a recursive and non-recursive solution for a binary tree in order traversal?
Joined: Jan 29, 2003
Dec 05, 2007 08:48:00
Work this with pencil and paper first and see how it goes.
1 .-------. 2 5 .---. .---. 3 4 6 7
What are the rules to visit in order? Something like:
1 Go left as long as you can
2 Go back to the last place you haven't gone right yet
3 Go right
4 Repeat from 1
First make a "Node" with "left" and "right" variables that refer to other nodes. Set up the 1,2,3 nodes. See if you write "go left as long as you can" in a loop. Then we'll worry about the next steps.
Take a shot at this in code and show us what you make. If you get stuck, then we'll know right where to help.
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