When writing Binary Search Tree algorithms, you need to be able to print the tree in a hierarchical order to verify that the algorithms are processing the data correctly. Write a print function that can be called to print the tree. The printed output should contain the node level number and its data. Present the tree using a bill-of materials format, as shown below:









Is printed as:

Anne(level:0) Peter(level:1) Savannah(level:2) Carlos(level:3) Ching(level:3) Zara(level:1) Sarah(level:2) Bill(level:1).

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#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>

#define SIZE_ 100

struct node{
    char val[SIZE_];
    struct node * child[SIZE_];
    int child_num;

typedef struct node node;

struct tree{
    node * root;

typedef struct tree tree;

node * newNode(char val[]){
    int i;
    node * n = (node *)malloc(sizeof(node));...
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