Given the root of a binary tree and a key x in it, find the distance of the given key from the root node. Distance means number of edges between two nodes.
Input : x = 45, 5 is Root of below tree 5 / \ 10 15 / \ / \ 20 25 30 35 \ 45 Output : Distance = 3 There are three edges on path from root to 45. For more understanding of question, in above tree distance of 35 is two and distance of 10 is 1.
Related Problem: Recursive program to find distance of node from root.
Iterative Approach :
- Use level order traversal to traverse the tree iteratively using a queue.
- Keep a variable levelCount to maintain the track of current level.
- To do this, every time on moving to the next level, while pushing a NULL node to the queue also increment the value of the variable levelCount so that it stores the current level number.
- While traversing the tree, check if any node at the current level matches with the given key.
- If yes, then return levelCount.
Below is the implementation of above approach:
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