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Preorder traversal in a binary tree is a method of visiting each node in the tree by following a specific order. In preorder traversal, you visit the root node first, followed by its left subtree, and then its right subtree.

Here's an example of how you can implement preorder traversal recursively:

```python

# Define the binary tree node structure

class Node:

def __init__(self, value):

self.data = value

self.left = None

self.right = None

# Preorder traversal function

def preorder_recursive(root):

if root is not None:

# Visit the root node

print(root.data, end=" ")

# Traverse the left subtree

preorder_recursive(root.left)

# Traverse the right subtree

preorder_recursive(root.right)

```

In the above code, we first check if the root is not None. If it's not None, we visit the root node and print its data. Then, we make a recursive call to traverse the left subtree and another recursive call to traverse the right subtree.

Now, let's look at

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```python

# Preorder traversal function

def preorder_iterative(root):

if root is None:

return

stack = []

stack.append(root)

while stack:

current_node = stack.pop()

print(current_node.data, end=" ")

# Push the right child onto the stack first

if current_node.right:

stack.append(current_node.right)

# Push the left child onto the stack next

if current_node.left:

stack.append(current_node.left)

```

In the iterative implementation, we start by initializing an empty stack and pushing the root node onto the stack. We then enter a loop that continues until the stack is empty. In each iteration, we pop a node from the stack, print its data, and push its right and left children onto the stack (if any).

I hope this clarifies the concept and provides you with the examples you were looking for! Let me know if you have any further questions.