Given a generic tree and a integer x. Find and return the node with next larger element in the tree i.e. find a node just greater than x. Return NULL if no node is present with value greater than x.
For example, in the given tree
x = 10, just greater node value is 12
The idea is maintain a node pointer res, which will contain the final resultant node.
Traverse the tree and check if root data is greater than x. If so, then compare the root data with res data.
If root data is greater than n and less than res data update res.
Next larger element of 5 is 6
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