You are given a Binary Tree. Your task is to convert it into a doubly-linked list. The left and right child of the nodes of the Binary Tree is to be converted into previous and next pointers of the linked list respectively. Nodes of the doubly linked list must be according to the inorder of the binary tree.… Read More »
A circular doubly list is a combination of doubly and circular lists; it inherits the properties of both the data structures. Consequently, this makes circular doubly quite complex. Similar to a circular linked list, performing traversing in the circular doubly linked list could lead to an infinite loop. Thus, you need to be extra careful while writing the… Read More »
Doubly Linked List is an extension of Linked List in which we have two pointer variables, so we could traverse back and forth directions. It contains two pointers conventionally named, next and prev, in next we store the address or object of next element or node and in prev, we store the address of the previous object.
Linked List is a user-defined Data structure, which is a collection of nodes and each node point to another node. Linked list store elements in a sequential manner and each node points to its successor node. Link list often used in the place of the array because some operations of the linked list have less time complexity as… Read More »