Binary search tree

What is binary search tree?
A binary search tree is a specific type of data container that stores values that enable efficient searches. The 'tree' separates into two identifiers, left and right, and the recursive splitting forms the entire substructure of the data container.

In addition to its basic structure where the original 'trunk' of the binary tree splits in two, other data protocols are associated with the binary search tree structure. One is that the key values are stored on the two nodes of a split so that the 'left' key is smaller than the original and the 'right' key is more. Binary search trees also have other properties that are explained by data scientists and other professionals, such as the interesting nature of the 'leaf' or terminal node, which typically has no value. Binary structures such as the binary search tree can be used to reduce the search effort, since the data structure contains data in a sorted archive.

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