In an earlier tutorial, we have seen what is a binary tree. In this tutorial, we are going to write a program to create binary tree.

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Let’s take the same example of a binary tree.

Every node in the binary tree has three parameters.

- value of the node (says
`val`

) - link to the left child (says
`left`

) - link to the right child (says
`right`

)

A node can be represented as a class or structure with the three-parameter members in it.

Child and parent nodes are connected using link pointers (left and right).

If there is no left child to the node, the left (pointer/link) will be null/none. If there is no right child to the node, the right (pointer/link) will be null/none.

For the leaf node, both left and right links will be null/none.

Here is a simple program to demonstrate the binary tree.

**Prerequisite:** To implement a binary tree in Python, you should know the basic Python syntax.

Here is the simple Python program to create a binary tree, add nodes and read the value of a particular node in the binary tree.

#structure/class for a node #by defult, left and right pointers are None class node: def __init__(self, val, left=None, right=None): self.left=left self.val=val self.right=right #adding element in the binary tree #create root node root=node(4) #add left child node to the root node root.left=node(1) #add right child node to the root node root.right=node(5) #similarly add other elements in the binary tree root.left.left=node(7) root.left.right=node(3) root.right.right=node(6) #reading value of binary tree nodes #root node print("Root node: ", root.val) #left child of binary tree print("Left child of root node: ", root.left.val) #right child of binary tree print("Right child of root node: ", root.right.val) #similarly reding values of other binary tree nodes print("Other node", root.left.left.val) print("Other node", root.left.right.val) print("Other node"

**Output:**

Root node: 4 Left child of root node: 1 Right child of root node: 5 Other node 7 Other node 3 Other node 6

Similarly, you can implement this logic in any other programming language like C/C++ or Java.

In the above example, we have seen how we can access or read any element binary tree node using the pointer.

This is a simple program to create binary tree. We have added one element at a time. You can take the array of elements as input and create a binary tree from it.

While solving programming questions, you need to traverse all the elements in the binary tree. There are different binary tree traversal algorithms you can use. Check this next.