Given a Linked List, task is to check whether the Linked List is sorted in Descending order or not?
Input : 8 -> 7 -> 5 -> 2 -> 1 Output : Yes Explanation : In given linked list, starting from head, 8 > 7 > 5 > 2 > 1. So, it is sorted in reverse order Input : 24 -> 12 -> 9 -> 11 -> 8 -> 2 Output : No
Iterative Approach : Traverse the linked list from head to end. For every newly encountered element, check node -> data > node -> next -> data. If True, do same for each node else return 0 and Print “No”.
Time Complexity : O(N), where N is the length of linked list.
Recursive Approach :
Check Recursively that node -> data > node -> next -> data, If not, return 0 that is our terminated condition to come out from recursion else Call Check_List Function Recursively for next node.
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