|PDF Title :||Java How to Program, 10th Edition|
|Total Page :||1200 Pages|
|Author:||Harvey Deitel, Paul Deitel|
|PDF Size :||15.4 MB|
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Java How to Program, 10th Edition
In our example, we create a special binary tree called a binary search tree.
A binary search tree (with no duplicate node values) has the characteristic that the values in any left subtree are less than the value in that subtree’s parent node, and the values in any right subtree are greater than the value in that subtree’s parent node.
Figure 21.16 illustrates a binary search tree with 12 integer values. The shape of the binary search tree that corresponds to a set of data can vary, depending on the order in which the values are inserted into the tree.