return 0;                 int query;         temp -> next = NULL; Notify me of follow-up comments by email.                 } Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window), Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window), Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window), Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window), Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window), Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window), Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window), Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window). void delete(node *pointer, int data) */ But the last element points back to the first element, thereby, creating a circle.         else                 printf("\n1.                         } while (temp != end); void print(node *pointer) #include                 printf("\nDo you want to insert another Node (Y/N)... "); In the above figure, the address of the first node is always store in a reference node known as Head or Front.            }                         scanf("%d",&data);                       case 3: void ins_beg_dcll()         pointer->next = temp->next;                                 printf("Element Not Found\n"); In the worst-case scenario, if an element must be inserted at the beginning of the array then all elements must first be shifted one element to the right and only then can the new element be added. Below is the code to create a singly linked list and perform insert, delete update and print operations.         }                 printf("\n2.         /* Beacuse we deleted the node, we no longer require the memory used for it .         do                         fflush(stdin);                         scanf("%d",&data);         pointer =  pointer -> next; //First node is dummy node. The pointer at each node helps to identify the location of the next node. A linked list is very similar to an array in the sense that it looks like a series of continuous data storage. void insert();         while(pointer->next!=NULL && (pointer->next)->data != data) First node does not have predecessor while last node does not have successor. } void del_beg_dcll()         printf("3.         {                         printf("\n");                 { } { */         scanf("%d", &pos);          Your email address will not be published.                 } Algorithms: Mirror a Binary tree using python. #include         start->lptr = neww;         printf("Enter your choice: "); #include      }while (ch2 == 'y' || ch2 == 'Y'); Search"); */ */ void travers() Circular linked lists have quite a few interesting use cases: Going around each player’s turn in a multiplayer game;         while(1) } A linked list can be viewed as a group of items, each of which points to the item in its neighbourhood.                         temp = temp->rptr;         temp = start;                 { A data structure is structuring and organizing data in a simple way so that data can be easily manipulated and managed. Each node stores the contents of the node and a reference to the next node in the list. }                         scanf("%d",&data);                                 temp = temp->rptr; void main() Delete\n");         }         { The first node does not contain data, but it used because to avoid handling special cases in insert and delete functions. One example is accessing and inserting data in file systems and databases. #include.                         printf("Delete the element: "); Time-consuming and modifying multiple elements.         } while (prev != end);         temp->prev =  pointer;         { Your email address will not be published.                 else         }                         travers(); Both Arrays and Linked List can be used to store linear data of similar types, but they both have some advantages and disadvantages over each other.. Key Differences Between Array and Linked List 1.         printf("2. */ void print(node *pointer)         free(temp); free() will deallocate the memory.                       case 4:         end->rptr = neww; ", count);         }         scanf("%d", &data);                         else                 temp->lptr = start;         { */         char ch, ch2 = 'y';                         int data; This is a real life example of circular linked list.                         if(status)                 }         if (pos == 1)                 } The operating system provides a fixed time slot for all running applications and the running applications are kept in a circular linked list until all the applications are completed.                 } while (ch == 'y' || ch == 'Y'); If you like the article please share and subscribe. Consider an array that is accessed for reading.                         printf("Enter 3 for display: ");                 {                 {         /* Here in this code, we take the first node as a dummy node.