Write a program to reverse the given Doubly Linked List.
See below diagrams for example.
(a) Original Doubly Linked List
(b) Reversed Doubly Linked List
Approach: In the previous post, doubly linked list is being reversed by swapping prev and next pointers for all nodes, changing prev of the head (or start) and then changing the head pointer in the end. In this post, we create a push function that adds the given node at the beginning of the given list. We traverse the original list and one by one pass the current node pointer to the push function. This process will reverse the list. Finally return the new head of this reversed list.
Original list: 10 8 4 2 Reversed list: 2 4 8 10
Time Complexity: O(n).
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