Search operation in a binary search tree

By | July 15, 2020

In this post, We will learn How to perform search operation in a binary search tree?

The Search Operation in BST:

  1. If Tree is Empty then search key won’t find then return false
  2. If the key  equals to root node that means key found then return true
  3. If the search key is less than the root Node value then search key in left subtree if found than return true
  4. If the search key is bigger than the root Node value then search key in right subtree if found than return true

Complete Souce code:

Search in BST

BinaryTree.java

 

ClientTest.java

The Input/output of This Program:

Original Binary Search Tree in preOrder processing..
10 5 15 40 80 50
Enter key which you want to search:
40
Seach Key :40 found!!

Original Binary Search Tree in preOrder processing..
10 5 15 40 80 50
Enter key which you want to search:
100
Seach Key :100 not found!!

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