Data Structure

How to write C functions that modify head pointer of a Linked List?

Consider a simple representation of the linked list (no dummy nodes). The functions that manipulate these linked lists can be divided into two categories: 1) The function does not change the head pointer: Printing the linked list, there is a function, such as all nodes in the node data members, such as add value update, …

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Find Length of a Linked List (Iterative and Recursive)?

Both recursion and iteration execute a series of instructions repeatedly. Recursion is when a declaration in a function repeatedly calls itself. Iteration means that the loop repeats itself until the control condition goes false. The main difference between recursion and iteration is that recursion is a process and always applies to a function. Iteration is …

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How to delete a node in a linked list at a given Location?

Introducing linked lists and inserting linked lists was covered in a previous post on linked lists of data structures and algorithms. Let’s create a problem statement to understand the removal process. Specify a “key” to remove the first occurrence of this key in the linked list. Iterative method: To remove a node from the linked …

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