Types of tree ?, Data Structure & Algorithms

Binary: Each node has one, zero, or two children. This assertion creates many tree operations efficient and simple.

Binary Search: A binary tree where each and every left child node has a value less than its leaf node and any right child node has a value bigger than or equal to that of its leaf node.

 

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