# Category Archives: Linked List

Two Linked Lists are identical when they have the same data and the arrangement of data is also the same. For example, Linked lists a… Read More
Two Linked Lists are identical when they have the same data and the arrangement of data is also the same. For example, Linked lists a… Read More
Two Linked Lists are identical when they have the same data and the arrangement of data is also the same. For example, Linked lists a… Read More
Two Linked Lists are identical when they have the same data and the arrangement of data is also the same. For example, Linked lists a… Read More
Two Linked Lists are identical when they have the same data and the arrangement of data is also the same. For example, Linked lists a… Read More
Given a linked list, check if the linked list has loop or not. Below diagram shows a linked list with a loop.   The following are… Read More
Given a linked list, check if the linked list has loop or not. Below diagram shows a linked list with a loop.   Solution: Floyd’s Cycle-Finding… Read More
Given a doubly linked list, write a function to sort the doubly linked list in increasing order using merge sort.For example, the following doubly linked… Read More
Given a doubly linked list, write a function to sort the doubly linked list in increasing order using merge sort.For example, the following doubly linked… Read More
Given a doubly linked list, write a function to sort the doubly linked list in increasing order using merge sort.For example, the following doubly linked… Read More
Given a doubly linked list, write a function to sort the doubly linked list in increasing order using merge sort.For example, the following doubly linked… Read More
Given two Linked Lists, create union and intersection lists that contain union and intersection of the elements present in the given lists. The order of… Read More
Given two Linked Lists, create union and intersection lists that contain union and intersection of the elements present in the given lists. The order of… Read More
Given two linked lists sorted in increasing order. Merge them such a way that the result list is in decreasing order (reverse order). Examples:  Input:… Read More
Given two linked lists sorted in increasing order. Merge them such a way that the result list is in decreasing order (reverse order). Examples:  Input:… Read More