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Types of Implementation

A Singly Linked List is Described Above
A Singly Linked List is Described Above

Singly linked list implementation. Singly Linked Lists are a type of data structure. It is a type of list. In a singly linked list each node in the list stores the contents of the node and a pointer or reference to the next node in the list.

AddLast
AddLast

How can I build an addLast method in Java? ... Linked list addLast method. ... Array based implementation What is this ...

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Deletion
Deletion

Below is C implementation of Trie data structure which supports insertion, deletion, and search operations. The implementation currently supports only lowercase English characters (a – z) but it can be easily extended to support any set of characters.

Examples
Examples

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Inserting "After"
Inserting "After"

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Inserting "Before"
Inserting "Before"

Given below singly linked list implementation in C is working fine until I use insertBefore() function below. In insertBefore() when i try to insert node before first element strange thing is happening. I tried printing list from inside insertBefore() which printed the list properly. But there seems some thing wrong when I try to return first.

Traversing
Traversing

Traverse the right subtree by recursively calling the post-order function. Display the data part of the root (or current node). The trace of a traversal is called a sequentialisation of the tree.