First, we need a class of node objects. These objects contain the data representing the objects being stored (employees in an employee database, for example) and also references to each of the node’s two children. Here’s how that looks: class
A node without children is called a A special type of binary tree called a binary search tree is often useful. Keeping data stored in a sorted order is a way to optimize searches on the data. A binary search
The fundamental operations on a BST are: public void insert(Integer val) public void find(Integer val) public boolean remove(Integer val) public void print() When implemented properly, BSTs perform insertions and deletions faster than can be done on Linked Lists and
Binary Search Tree arose as a natural solution to the need for incorporating efficient insertion and deletion capabilities of linked lists with the support provided for fast sorting and binary search of sorted elements available in arrays and array lists.
The following diagram demonstrates the relationship between Java Collection types: It’s only fair to share…