Linked Lists : C Language Tutorial
Linked Lists are Simple data structures which are used to implement abstract data structures, like stack, queues, hash tables etc. The concept of linked lists is easy.
Each record of a linked list is called an element or node. Each node has min. two members, one of which points to the next item or node in the list.
These are called as Single Linked Lists because they only point to the next one, and not the previous.
Those lists that do point to both are called Doubly Linked Lists or Circular Linked Lists.
example of linked
list using typedef
Simple Linked List C Program:
You can make a header file with a different name and cut paste from #define ----till *next; and save that file with say yourname.h header file so that you can include it afterwards above like #include<yourname.h> for ease of program or use the structure within the program as used below.
Free C Programs
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