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Populate a tree via a text file (input.txt). Make sure that after every insert, the tree is balanced. At the end, display the tree in level format. Make sure to include the height and the balance factor of every node in your output. Redirect the display to an output file (output.txt).

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#include <stdlib.h>

#include "avl.h"

/**
* new tree
* @return
*/
node * newTree(){
    node * t = (node *)malloc(sizeof(node));
    t->height = -1;
    t->left = NULL;
    t->right = NULL;
    t->parent = NULL;
    return t;
}

/**
* new tree
* @param item
* @param parent
* @return
*/
node * newTrees(int item, node * parent){
    node * t = (node *)malloc(sizeof(node));
    t->item = item;
    t->height = -1;
    t->left = NULL;
    t->right = NULL;
    t->parent = parent;
    return t;
}...
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