Should array indices start at 0 or 1? My compromise of 0.5 was rejected without, I thought, proper consideration. Stan Kelly-Bootle
A binary search tree is a binary tree (contains only two nodes). The left subtree node data value is less than or equal to parent node data value and right subtree node data value is greater than or equal to parent node data value.
Each node has a unique key which helps to identify the node. The binary search tree supports search, insert and delete the node. It increases memory dynamically.
The Binary search tree supports inorder, preorder and post order traversal.
Inorder traversal traverse left subtree, display the data and traverse the right subtree. It always gives a sorted sequence of the values
Pre order displays the data, traverse left subtree and traverse the right subtree
Post order traverse left subtree, traverse the right subtree and display the data
All Binary Tree Values: 1 2 3 4 5 Value '4' found from given tree! Value '11' not found from given tree!