Given a linked list, the problem is to delete all the nodes from the list that are greater than the specified value x.
Input : list: 7->3->4->8->5->1 x = 6 Output : 3->4->5->1 Input : list: 1->8->7->3->7->10 x = 7 Output : 1->7->3->7
Approach: This is mainly a variation of the post which deletes first occurrence of a given key.
We need to first check for all occurrences at head node which are greater than ‘x’, delete them and change the head node appropriately. Then we need to check for all occurrences inside a loop and delete them one by one.
Original List: 7 3 4 8 5 1 Modified List: 3 4 5 1
Time Complexity: O(n).
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- Delete alternate nodes of a Linked List
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- Delete all odd or even positioned nodes from Circular Linked List
- Delete all Prime Nodes from a Doubly Linked List
- Delete all the nodes from a doubly linked list that are smaller than a given value
- Delete all Non-Prime Nodes from a Singly Linked List
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