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Reverse Level Order traversal in spiral form in binary tree

Reverse Level Order traversal in spiral form is a way of traversing a binary tree, where the nodes are visited in a zig-zag manner starting from the bottom level of the tree and moving upwards towards the root node. In this traversal, the nodes at the last level are visited first, followed by the nodes at the second-last level, and so on until the root node is reached.

Reverse Level Order traversal in spiral form

In addition, the traversal is done in a spiral form, where the nodes in even levels are visited from left to right and the nodes in odd levels are visited from right to left.

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