Given a singly linked list which is sorted in ascending order and another singly linked list which is unsorted. The task is to print the elements of the second linked list according to the position pointed out by the data in the nodes of the first linked list. For example, if the first linked list is 1->2->5 then you have to print the 1st, 2nd and 5th elements of the second linked list.
Input: l1 = 1->2->5 l2 = 1->8->7->6->2->9->10 Output : 1->8->2 Elements in l1 are 1, 2 and 5. Therefore, print 1st, 2nd and 5th elements of l2, Which are 1, 8 and 2. Input: l1 = 2->5 l2 = 7->5->3->2->8 Output: 5->8
Take two pointers to traverse the two linked lists using two nested loops. The outer loop points to the elements of the first list and the inner loop point to the elements of the second list respectively. In the first iteration of outer loop, the pointer to the head of the first linked list points to its root node. We traverse the second linked list until we reach the position pointed out by the node’s data in the first linked list. Once the required position is reached, print the data of the second list and repeat this process again until we reach the end of the first linked list.
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