C Programming Examples on Linked List

This section covers C programming examples on Linked Lists. Every example program includes the description of the program, C code as well as output of the program. All examples are compiled and tested on a Linux system. These examples can be simple C programs or advanced C programs. So, they are suitable for any user (dummies, beginners or advanced users).

Here is the listing of C programming examples on Linked Lists:

C Program to Implement Binary Tree using Linked List
C Program to Create a Linked List & Display the Elements in the List
C Program to Illustrate the Operations of Singly Linked List
C Program to Search for an Element in the Linked List using Recursion
C Program to Display the Nodes of a Linked List in Reverse using Recursion
C Program Count the Number of Occurrences of an Element in the Linked List using Recursion
C Program to Display all the Nodes in a Linked List using Recursion
C Program find the Length of the Linked List using Recursion
C Program to Print the Alternate Nodes in a Linked List using Recursion
C Program to Print the Alternate Nodes in a Linked List without using Recursion
C Program find the Length of the Linked List without using Recursion
C Program Count the Number of Occurrences of an Element in the Linked List without using Recursion
C Program to Display all the Nodes in a Linked List without using Recursion
C Program to Display the Nodes of a Linked List in Reverse without using Recursion
C Program to Search for an Element in the Linked List without using Recursion
C Program to Implement a Stack using Linked List
C Program to Implement Queue Data Structure using Linked List
C Program to Implement a Doubly Linked List & provide Insertion, Deletion & Display Operations
C Program to Add Corresponding Positioned Elements of 2 Linked Lists
C Program to Check whether 2 Lists are Same
C Program to Check whether a Singly Linked List is a Palindrome
C Program to Convert a given Singly Linked List to a Circular List
C Program to Detect the Cycle in a Linked List
C Program to Find Number of Occurences of All Elements in a Linked List
C Program to Find the first Common Element between the 2 given Linked Lists
C Program to Find the Largest Element in a Doubly Linked List
C Program to Print Middle most Node of a Linked List
C Program to Read a Linked List in Reverse
C Program to Remove Duplicates from a Linked List
C Program to Reverse a Linked List
C Program to Reverse only First N Elements of a Linked List
C Program to Implement Circular Doubly Linked List
C Program to Demonstrate Circular Single Linked List
C Program to Implement Singly Linked List using Dynamic Memory Allocation
C Program that takes an Ordered Binary tree & Rearranges the Internal Pointers to make a Circular Doubly Linked List out of the Tree Nodes
C Program to Construct a Balanced Binary Search Tree which has same data members as the given Doubly Linked List
C Program to Convert a Binary Tree into a Singly Linked List by Traversing Level by Level
C Program to Find Intersection & Union of 2 Linked Lists
C Program to Implement Doubly Linked List using Singly Linked List
C Program to Interchange the two Adjacent Nodes given a circular Linked List
C Program to Interchange two Elements of the List without touching the Key Field
C Program to Modify the Linked List such that All Even Numbers appear before all the Odd Numbers in the Modified Linked List
C Program to Print Nth Node from the last of a Linked List
C Program to Read a Linked List in Reverse
C Program to Solve Josephus Problem using Linked List
C Program to Support Infinite Precision Arithmetic & Store a Number as a List of Digits
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