DFS (Depth-First Search) in Binary Trees and Graphs

DFS (Depth-First Search) is an algorithm for traversing a graph. DFS starts from source vertex (graph) or root (in trees) and then visits an unvisited adjacent node v. After that it checks if node v has any adjacent node which is unvisited. If it reaches a leaf node or any node having no unvisited adjacent node. It backtracks and continue traversing other nodes.