A linked list is a linear collection of data elements, in which each node points to the next node. Unlike an array, it doesn’t have upper limit and hence extremely useful.
The task is to access value of each node of linked list and reverse them.
Input : 56 87 12 49 35 Output :65 78 21 94 53 Input : 128 87 12433 491 33 Output :821 78 33421 194 33
The task can be accomplished as:
- Linearly traverse each node of the singly linked list.
- Reverse the value of each node.
- Store the reversed value in the current node.
List before reversing individual data item 56 87 12 49 35 List after reversing individual data item 65 78 21 94 53
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