We have discussed different methods of linked list insertion. How to recursively create a linked list?
Recursively inserting at the end:
To create a Linked list using recursion follow these steps. Below steps insert a new node recursively at the end of linked list.
Recursively traversing the list:
The idea is simple, we print current node and recur for remaining list.
Below is complete program to demonstrate working of insert and traverse a linked list.
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