In this article, we will learn about the implementation of queue data structure using a Linked List in C language. Using a linked list means that we are going to store the information in the form of nodes following the rules of the queue. The queue rule says that insertion takes place at one end and deletion takes place at the other end, i.e., First In, First Out(FIFO).
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Accessing data in a circular linked list is similar to accessing data in a traditional linked list. However, because there is no defined beginning or end to the list, it can be difficult to know where to start traversing the list. As a result, many implementations of circular linked lists use a \"head\" pointer that points to the first node in the list.
In linked list implementation of stack, the nodes are maintained non-contiguously in the memory. Each node contains a pointer to its immediate successor node in the stack. Stack is said to be overflown if the space left in the memory heap is not enough to create a node.
Adding a node to the stack is referred to as push operation. Pushing an element to a stack in linked list implementation is different from that of an array implementation. In order to push an element onto the stack, the following steps are involved.
Deleting a node from the top of stack is referred to as pop operation. Deleting a node from the linked list implementation of stack is different from that in the array implementation. In order to pop an element from the stack, we need to follow the following steps :