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Graphical BinaryTrees

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A graphical binary tree. Features: add, remove, or search for a node. Recursive algorithm is been used

Introduction

This article is about binary trees. A Binary Tree contains unlimited number of nodes, the nodes can be removed, added, searched, etc. Here we will discuss on how to make a binary tree on c# code, and how to draw that on bitmap using GDI+.

Each node on the binary tree has a unique value. for example 776 on the top of the image is a unique value for the root node on the tree.

The rules of adding a new node to the tree are:
starting from the root node,
1. if the node's value is less than the root's value, it would be added to the left node of root node.
2. if the node's value is greater than the root's value, it would be added to the right node of root node.
Consider that adding a node to any node would have the same process as 1 and 2.

The rules of removing a node from the binary tree are:
1. the node has no child => simply remove that node
2. the node just has a left child => the left child of the removing node will take it's position on the tree
3. the node has right child, and the right child does not have any left child => the right child of the node will take the position of the removing node on the tree
4. the node has right child, and the right child also has left child => the most left child of the right child will be removed (removing this node will cause a recursive algorithm!) and take the position of the removing node.

Using the code

When the application starts, it randomly adds some nodes to the tree. By pressing the add button (or pressing the enter key on textbox) the value of the textbox wil be added as a node to the binary tree. By pressing the create button a new binary tree will be created. By pressing the remove button the node containing the value of textbox will be removed from the tree
By pressing the "Rnd Add" button a random value will be added to the three as a node. By pressing the save button the current image on the picturebox will be saved on the disk.

A complete description of how to use the code and it's methods is represented on the main source code as XML parts. to understand it completely we prefer you read the main source code attached to this article.

It is easy to understand.

to create the tree and panit it use these lines:

private BinaryTree tree;
tree = new BinaryTree();
PaintTree();

to add a node with the unique number of val :

tree.Add(val); 

the add() method :

public void Add(int val)
{
    if (val < Value)// add to left
    {
        if (Left == null)
            Left = new Node(val);
        else
            Left.Add(val);
        IsChanged = true;
    }
    else if (val > Value) // add to right
    {
        IsChanged = true;
        if (Right == null)
            Right = new Node(val);
        else
            Right.Add(val);
    }
}

 

to remove a node with the value of val

 tree.Remove(val); 

The remove() method works the way described before. Removes the node containing the inserted value, also removes it's childs.

public bool Remove(int val, out bool containedOnMe)
{
Node nodeToRemove;
containedOnMe = false;
var isLeft = val < Value;
if (val < Value)
    nodeToRemove = Left;
else if (val > Value)
    nodeToRemove = Right;
else
{
    if(Left!=null)
    Left.IsChanged = true;
    if (Right != null)
        Right.IsChanged = true;
    containedOnMe = true;
    return false;
}

if (nodeToRemove == null)
    return false;

bool containOnChild;
var result = nodeToRemove.Remove(val, out containOnChild);
if (containOnChild)
{
    IsChanged = true;
    if (nodeToRemove.Left == null && nodeToRemove.Right == null)// no child
    {
        if (isLeft) Left = null; else Right = null;
    }
    else if (nodeToRemove.Right == null)// left child
    {
        if (isLeft) Left = nodeToRemove.Left; else Right = nodeToRemove.Left;
    }
    else // left and right are not null
    {
        if (nodeToRemove.Right.Left == null)// no left child for right child of node
        {
            nodeToRemove.Right.Left = nodeToRemove.Left;
            if (isLeft)
                Left = nodeToRemove.Right;
            else
                Right = nodeToRemove.Right;
        }
        else // there is a left child for right child of node
        {
            Node nLeft = null;
            for (var n = nodeToRemove.Right; n != null; n = n.Left)
                if (n.Left == null)
                    nLeft = n;
            bool temp;
            var v = nLeft.Value;
            Remove(nLeft.Value, out temp);
            nodeToRemove.Value = v;
        }
    }
    return true;
}
return result;
}

The paint operation is really easy: each node will draw itself and it's child nodes, the method of drawing is recursive calling every child to draw itself then passing the result to the parent so the parent can draw itself and this process happens for all the nodes

/// <summary>
/// paints the node and it's childs
/// </summary>
public Image Draw(out int center)
{
    center = _lastCenter;
    if (!IsChanged)
        return _lastImage;

    var lCenter = 0;
    var rCenter = 0;

    Image lImg = null, rImg = null;
    if (Left != null)
        lImg = Left.Draw(out lCenter);
    if (Right != null)
        rImg = Right.Draw(out rCenter);

    var me = new Bitmap(40, 40);
    var g = Graphics.FromImage(me);
    g.SmoothingMode = SmoothingMode.HighQuality;
    var rcl = new Rectangle(0, 0, me.Width - 1, me.Height - 1);
    g.FillRectangle(Brushes.White, rcl);
    g.FillEllipse(new LinearGradientBrush(new Point(0, 0), new Point(me.Width, me.Height), Color.Gold, Color.Black), rcl);

    var lSize = new Size();
    var rSize = new Size();
    var under = (lImg != null) || (rImg != null);
    if (lImg != null)
        lSize = lImg.Size;
    if (rImg != null)
        rSize = rImg.Size;

    var maxHeight = lSize.Height;
    if (maxHeight < rSize.Height)
        maxHeight = rSize.Height;

    var resSize = new Size
    {
        Width = me.Size.Width + lSize.Width + rSize.Width,
        Height = me.Size.Height + (under ? maxHeight + me.Size.Height : 0)
    };

    var result = new Bitmap(resSize.Width, resSize.Height);
    g = Graphics.FromImage(result);
    g.SmoothingMode = SmoothingMode.HighQuality;
    g.FillRectangle(Brushes.White, new Rectangle(new Point(0, 0), resSize));
    g.DrawImage(me, lSize.Width, 0);
    g.DrawString(Value.ToString(), new Font("Tahoma", 14), Brushes.White, lSize.Width + 5, me.Height / 2f - 12);

    center = lSize.Width + me.Width / 2;
    var pen = new Pen(Brushes.Black, 2.5f)
    {
        EndCap = LineCap.ArrowAnchor,
        StartCap = LineCap.Round
    };

    float x1 = center;
    float y1 = me.Height;
    float y2 = me.Height * 2;
    float x2 = lCenter;
    var h = Math.Abs(y2 - y1);
    var w = Math.Abs(x2 - x1);
    if (lImg != null)
    {
        g.DrawImage(lImg, 0, me.Size.Height * 2);
        var points1 = new List<PointF>
        {
            new PointF(x1, y1),
            new PointF(x1 - w/6, y1 + h/3.5f),
            new PointF(x2 + w/6, y2 - h/3.5f),
            new PointF(x2, y2),
        };
        g.DrawCurve(pen, points1.ToArray(), 0.5f);
    }
    if (rImg != null)
    {
        g.DrawImage(rImg, lSize.Width + me.Size.Width, me.Size.Height * 2);
        x2 = rCenter + lSize.Width + me.Width;
        w = Math.Abs(x2 - x1);
        var points = new List<PointF>
        {
            new PointF(x1, y1),
            new PointF(x1 + w/6, y1 + h/3.5f),
            new PointF(x2 - w/6, y2 - h/3.5f),
            new PointF(x2, y2)
        };
        g.DrawCurve(pen, points.ToArray(), 0.5f);
    }
    IsChanged = false;
    _lastImage = result;
    _lastCenter = center;
    return result;
}

Finally the BinaryTree class uses the methods and creates an instance of the binary tree

class BinaryTree
{
    public Node RootNode { get; private set; }

    public BinaryTree()//int rootValue)
    {
        RootNode = new Node(-1);//rootValue);
    }

    public List<int> Items { get; private set; }

    /// <summary>
    /// adds an item to tree
    /// </summary>
    public void Add(int value)
    {
        RootNode.Add(value);
    }
    /// <summary>
    /// Removes the node containing the inserted value and also it's childs, 
    /// returns true if could find and remove the node.
    /// return false if the inserted value is on rootNode, or the value does not exist on any of nodes.
    /// </summary>
    public bool Remove(int value)
    {
        bool isRootNode;
        var res = RootNode.Remove(value, out isRootNode);
        return !isRootNode && res;// return false if the inserted value is on rootNode, or the value does not exist on any of nodes
    }
    // draw
    public Image Draw()
    {
        int temp;
        return RootNode.Right == null ? null : RootNode.Right.Draw(out temp);
    }
} 

History

You may find out many samples about binaryTrees! but the way of viewing them visuali and on c# code is what we wanted to show.

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