Given a binary search tree T, where each node contains a positive integer, and an integer K, you have to find whether or not there exist two different nodes A and B such that A.value + B.value = K.
Return 1 to denote that two such nodes exist. Return 0, otherwise.
- Your solution should run in linear time and not take memory more than O(height of T).
- Assume all values in BST are distinct.
Input 1: T : 10 / \ 9 20 K = 19 Return: 1 Input 2: T: 10 / \ 9 20 K = 40 Return: 0
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