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Page 22 of 23 (c) [8 marks] We would like to print out the names in the family tree according to the order of the generations (or levels). The output should be in spiral order, where the names should be printed from the left to the right on the even levels, and in the opposite direction on the odd levels. We show an example in Figure 3, where the output sequence has been indicated as the dashed line. Accordingly, the output is “George Sarah William David Charles Harry Annie Edward“. Figure 3 Spiral Traversal of a family tree. (COMP2012)[2014](s)final~=in8gpimcc^_56359.pdf downloaded by xjiae from at 2018-03-13 17:27:35. Academic use within HKUST only.
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Page 23 of 23 Describe an efficient algorithm which prints out the names in spiral order given the root to the tree. void spiralLevelOrderTraversal(Node* root) { // 1pt , If tree is empty, terminate if(root == NULL) return; // 2pt , Use two stacks stack<Node*> stack1; stack<Node*> stack2; // 1pt, Insert root and start loop stack1.push(root); while (stack1.empty() == false || stack2.empty() == false) { // 2pt , Current odd level // Push their children from right to left into stack2 while (stack1.empty() == false) { Node* node = stack1.top(); stack1.pop(); cout << node->name << " "; for (int i = node->numOfChildren - 1; i >= 0; i--) stack2.push(node->children[i]); } // 2pt , Current even level // Push their children from left to right into stack1 while (stack2.empty() == false) { Node* node = stack2.top(); stack2.pop(); cout << node->name << " "; for (int i = 0; i < node->numOfChildren; i++) stack1.push(node->children[i]); } } } === END OF PAPER === (COMP2012)[2014](s)final~=in8gpimcc^_56359.pdf downloaded by xjiae from at 2018-03-13 17:27:35. Academic use within HKUST only.
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