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Hi, I have to implement this:
Say I am given a text,

why am fish, !
why do swim

I am to produce the following output using binary search tree.

am
do
fish
swim
why

Ok. My question. If i were to use the comparable interface, i do not need to use the euler's rule to traverse through the tree to print out the nodes in alphabetical order, right? So, how do i print it out?

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the comparable interface will help to fill your binary tree with the data.
i.e.: you save it to the left if smaller than parent node and to the right otherwise.
you'll fill your tree with all your data, and then you'll need to traverse it (left-to-right) to get your sorted output.  i don't know about the "euler's rule" for binary trees.
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