What's a sequential round of wood?



  • They asked for a consistent round of wood, but I never found anything about it in the interior. If you're familiar with him, or at least you know what it is, I'll be grateful for an explanation or an explanation.



  • That's the first time I see it.

    It seems to me that such words may call a reverse round to the depth when the left is first visited (for the binary tree, and if the n-ar, the first one on the support list of the knot) is backed up, then the value of the knot is taken, and then the right hold.

    Of course it depends on the organization(s) of the tree. For example, in the case of a hierarchical file system, we see a tree of catalogues with an alternation of knots and each knot can contain several (in that number of zero) data elements (Files).

    On the other hand, a consistent list of values and a binary search tree, whose leaves refer to the elements of the list, may be provided. Only leaves will then be the result of rounding, although the order of bypass will remain (as described above).




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