To reverse a linked list, we need to iterate through the list, and for each node, set its next pointer to the previous node.
This problem deals with reversing a linked list. The input is a list of nodes, and the output should be the list of nodes in reverse order.
This technical problem involves removing duplicate elements from a singly linked list. An example input is given, as well as the expected output.
This technical problem deals with singly linked lists, and specifically with checking if a given singly linked list is a palindrome. A palindrome is defined as a word, phrase , or sequence that reads the same backward as forward, and so in this context, a palindrome linked list would be one where the order of the nodes is the same whether you traverse the list from the beginning or from the end. The input to the function is a singly linked list, and the output is a boolean value indicating whether or not the list is a palindrome.
This problem asks you to reverse a singly linked list. An example input is given as 1->2->3->4->5, and the expected output is 5->4->3 ->2->1.
This problem deals with reversing a linked list. An example input is given as 1 -> 2 -> 3 -> 4, and the corresponding output would be 4 -> 3 -> 2 -> 1.
Write a function that takes a linked list as input and returns the second to last node in the list.
Given a singly linked list, this function returns the middle node of the list. If the list has an even number of nodes, the function returns the node at the start of the second half of the list.