# Order of tree and order of leaf node

 vvv 25/12/2015 9:47 am HOME » Programming Languages

I was reading the book Fundamentals Of Database Systems by Navathe. The book mentions the order of internal nodes and order of the leaf node separately.

In other sources I found the order of tree to be only given.

In those cases can I assume that order of leaf node is same as the order of the tree?

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