In computer science, tree traversal (also known as tree search and walking the tree) is a form of graph traversal and refers to the procedure of visiting (checking and/or update) each node in a tree data structure, precisely once. The following algorithms are described for a binary tree, but they may be generalized to other trees as well.

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```
/* Includes the functions for Recursive Traversals
of a Binary Tree. It is assumed that nodes and
tree have been created as per create_node.c
*/
#include <stdio.h>
void inOrderTraversal(struct node *node)
{
if(node == NULL) //if tree is empty
return;
inOrderTraversal(node->leftNode);
printf("\t%d\t", node->data);
inOrderTraversal(node->rightNode);
}
void preOrderTraversal(struct node *node)
{
if(node == NULL) //if tree is empty
return;
printf("\t%d\t", node->data);
preOrderTraversal(node->leftNode);
preOrderTraversal(node->rightNode);
}
void postOrderTraversal(struct node *node)
{
if(node == NULL) //if tree is empty
return;
postOrderTraversal(node->leftNode);
postOrderTraversal(node->rightNode);
printf("\t%d\t",node->data);
}
int main(void)
{
/* traversals can be done by simply invoking the
function with a pointer to the root node.
*/
return 0;
}
```