#include<stdio.h>
#include<conio.h>
struct node
{
  int data;
  struct node *right, *left;
}*root,*p,*q;

struct node *make(int y)
{
   struct node *newnode;
   newnode=(struct node *)malloc(sizeof(struct node));
   newnode->data=y;
   newnode->right=newnode->left=NULL;
   return(newnode);
}

void left(struct node *r,int x)
{
   if(r->left!=NULL)
   printf("\n Invalid !");
   else
   r->left=make(x);
}

void right(struct node *r,int x)
{
  if(r->right!=NULL)
  printf("\n Invalid !");
  else
  r->right=make(x);
}

void inorder(struct node *r)
{
  if(r!=NULL)
  {
    inorder(r->left);
    printf("\t %d",r->data);
    inorder(r->right);
  }
}

void preorder(struct node *r)
{
  if(r!=NULL)
  {
    printf("\t %d",r->data);
    preorder(r->left);
    preorder(r->right);
  }
}

void postorder(struct node *r)
{
  if(r!=NULL)
  {
    postorder(r->left);
    postorder(r->right);
    printf("\t %d",r->data);
  }
}

void main()
{
   int no;
   int choice;
   clrscr();
   printf("\n Enter the root:");
   scanf("%d",& no);
   root=make(no);
   p=root;
   while(1)
   {
      printf("\n Enter another number:");
      scanf("%d",& no);
      if(no==-1)
      break;
      p=root;
      q=root;
      while(no!=p->data && q!=NULL)
      {
     p=q;
     if(no<p->data)
     q=p->left;
     else
     q=p->right;
      }
      if(no<p->data)
      {
     printf("\n Left branch of %d is %d",p->data,no);
     left(p,no);
      }
      else
      {
    right(p,no);
    printf("\n Right Branch of %d is %d",p->data,no);
      }
   }
     while(1)
     {
     printf("\n 1.Inorder Traversal \n 2.Preorder Traversal \n 3.Postorder Traversal \n 4.Exit");
     printf("\n Enter choice:");
     scanf("%d",&choice);
    switch(choice)
    {
      case 1 :inorder(root);
      break;
      case 2 :preorder(root);
      break;
      case 3 :postorder(root);
      break;
      case 4 :exit(0);
      default:printf("Error ! Invalid Choice ");
      break;
    }
    getch();
     }

}

Edited 3 Years Ago by pyTony: fixed formating

Dude, This is just an example of traversal. The program can be extended to many other applications as well !

Dude, This is just an example of traversal. The program can be extended to many other applications as well !

There is a tutorial section...you can post your tutorial with detailed explanation there(if approved)...or better add to code snippet section(idon't think it requires approval)

> Dude, This is just an example of traversal.
There are plenty of better examples (much better) out there already. For example. :) Thanks, by the way. If not for your post I'm not sure how long it would have been before I noticed that my coloring was messed up for string and character literals.

There are plenty of better examples (much better) out there already. For example. :)

Cool tutorial! :cheesy: I read it all (believe it or not) and now I'm interested in this type of classification and currently writing my first binary search tree app.. And, thus, I'll probably be looking for help so may be contacting you :o Umm, but me being a n00b I have several stupid questions (though I'll keep them to myself for now because I haven't yet had a chance to play around with this and see if I can answer some of them independently)... So forgive me in advance ;) YAY tree!!

...

*thrashes keyboard in an attempt to write a program*

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