C++ exercises and solutions: Print binary search tree

Print binary search tree

Step 6: Print all data of the Binary Search Tree

To print the data of every node of the tree, you need to traverse through the tree. The process will start from the root node and go to the left side and right side of the tree.

//Print out all items on the screen
template <class Type>
void BSTree<Type>::Printtree(Node<Type> *T)
{

  if(T!=NULL)
  {
    cout<<T->data<<"\t";
    Printtree(T->pLeft);
    Printtree(T->pRight);
  }


}


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