In the following two questions bstcomparable is a

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In the following two questions BST<Comparable> is a Binary Search Tree C++ class into which you may 3
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insert “objects” that are comparable, that is, it is possible to decide amongst two which is larger and smaller. Each node of this tree will be a class, BNode , with a pointers to the left and right subtrees, ->left and ->right , respectively. 29. What does the function what() below, (or, more accurately, the member function BST<Comparable>::what() ), perform? template <class Comparable> BNode<Comparable> * BST<Comparable>::what( BNode<Comparable> *t ) { if( t == NULL ) return NULL; if( t->left == NULL ) return t; else return what( t->left ); }
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  • Fall '16
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  • Tree traversal, logx b

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