Linked List With Implementation in C++
A linked list is a data structure that consists of a sequence of interconnected nodes. Each node stores data as well as the address of the next node.
Node has two parts: the data part and the next part. The data stored in the data portion, while the address of the next node is stored in the next part. The head of a linked list is the first node, while the tail is the last node. The list begins at the head and ends at NULL.
There are three types of Linked List:
- Single Linked List
- Double Linked List
- Circular Linked List
All the details of linked list discuss with code in the video below: