Linked List Data Structures and Algorithms for Interviews
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Linked List Data Structures and Algorithms for Interviews

Master Linked Lists algorithms for Programming Interviews
4.4 (2 ratings)
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Created by Abhishek Kumar
Last updated 5/2020
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  • 3.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Linked List Data Structures and Algorithms
Requirements
  • Basic understanding of any programming language preferably C++
Description

Linked Lists are the a fundamental data structures and form a major component of questions in Programming Interviews at the major Software firms. This course tries to build the foundations of Linked List Data Structures starting with introduction the gradually diving deeper into it. Most part of the video lessons are geared towards explaining the problems and how to approach the solution, followed by implementation of the solution in C++ code.

So welcome to this course on Linked List Data Structures and Algorithms.

Who this course is for:
  • Software developers, programmers, computer science students.
Course content
Expand all 18 lectures 03:42:10
+ Insertion and Iteration in Singly Linked List
4 lectures 46:48
Insertion at beginning of Linked List
09:09
Print elements of a Linked List
06:08
Insertion at End of Linked List
13:19
Insertion at kth position in Linked List
18:12
+ Reverse Linked Lists
2 lectures 28:20
Reverse a singly Linked List Iteratively
13:50
Reverse a singly Linked List Recursively
14:30
+ Cyclic Linked Lists - Linked Lists with Loop
5 lectures 01:02:49
Detect Loop or Cycle in Linked List
20:04
Find beginning of Cycle in Linked List
14:43
Why Floyd's Cycle Detection Algorithm works ?
12:02
Remove Loop From Linked List
08:54
+ Linked Lists Algorithms for Programming Interviews
5 lectures 01:07:43
Find the middle of Linked List
06:42
Find kth node from end in Linked List
08:27
Check if a Linked List is Palindrome
11:19
Swap Nodes of a Linked List without copy
19:53
Odd Even Linked List
21:22
+ Doubly Linked Lists
1 lecture 11:21
Doubly Linked Lists - Introduction
11:21