Given a binary tree, the task is to print all the nodes having exactly one child. Print “-1” if no such node exists.
Input: 2 / \ 3 5 / / \ 7 8 6 Output: 3 Explanation: There is only one node having single child that is 3. Input: 9 / \ 7 8 / \ 4 3 Output: -1 Explanation: There is no node having exactly one child in the binary tree.
Approach: The idea is to traverse the tree in the inorder traversal and at each step of the traversal check that if the node is having exactly one child. Then append that node into a result array to keep track of such nodes. After the traversal, simply print each element of this result array.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
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