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c program for delete a node from linked list

Category Structures in C Interview Questions
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struct node


int data;

struct node * next;


for deleting a node from list first we have read a element which u want to delete and then we have identify previous node of that element.


void deletenode(struct node * list)

{struct node * l1=list,temp;

if (l1->data==x) l1=l1->next; //deleting first element



while (l1->next->data!=x) and (l1!=NULL) l1=l1->next;

temp=l1->next; //here l1 points to previous node


delete (temp)



void delete_last()

node *q;


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