Given a singly circular linked list of nodes. The task is to find the smallest and largest elements in the circular linked list.
Input : List = 99->11->22->33->44->55->66 Output : Minimum = 11, Maximum = 99 Input : List = 12->11->9->33->125->6->99 Output : Minimum = 6, Maximum = 125
The idea is to traverse the circular linked list while last node is not reached and initialise the max and min variable to INT_MIN and INT_MAX respectively. After that check a condition that if max value is less then head value then head value is assign to max or min value is greater then head value then head value is assign to min otherwise head point to next node. Continue this process until last node.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
Initial List: 99 11 22 33 44 55 66 Minimum = 11, Maximum = 99
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