number of leaves in a binary tree

Posted on 2012-03-24
Last Modified: 2012-03-25
Could anyone give me a piece of VB.NET code that, recursively, computes the number of leaves in a binary tree.

Question by:HLRosenberger

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Nguyen Doan Tien earned 500 total points
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Dear HLRosenberger,

I've ever seen your problem. In fact, There are three ways to traverse the tree:
1) Post order traversal
2) Pre order traversal
3) In order traversal
Here is an example from code project:
I think it will helpful for you.

Tien Nguyen

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