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Following are the different cases to delete a key k from splay tree.
- If Root is NULL: We simply return the root.
- Else Splay the given key k. If k is present, then it becomes the new root. If not present, then last accessed leaf node becomes the new root.
- If new root’s key is not same as k, then return the root as k is not present.
- Else the key k is present.
- Split the tree into two trees Tree1 = root’s left subtree and Tree2 = root’s right subtree and delete the root node.
- Let the root’s of Tree1 and Tree2 be Root1 and Root2 respectively.
- If Root1 is NULL: Return Root2.
- Else, Splay the maximum node (node having the maximum value) of Tree1.
- After the Splay procedure, make Root2 as the right child of Root1 and return Root1.
Preorder traversal of the modified Splay tree is 2 1 6 9 7
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