Mini Project for final year BSc students Free Download

Mini Project for final year BSc students Free Download:

This program can be used as a reference for doing Mini Project for final year BSc students. Actually this is a simple linked list implementation program.

What is Linked List ? – DEFINITION:

  • Linked list, is an abstract data structure (ADS) also an important application of pointer.
  • Definition of Linked List:
    linked list is a data structure  used to store data items dynamically in the memory. Each element in the list has two fields. One is data field and the other is address field.
  • We can also define a  linked list as a list of elements in which the elements of the list can be placed anywhere in memory, and these elements are linked with each other using an address field, where the address of the next element in the link field is stored.
  • Here is the program to create, append, display and  reverse a linked list using pointers in C.

please visit the following links for more mini projects on Linked list.

Linked list Implementation of Stack Program in C
Mini Project for CSE students: Circular Queue Program Implementing Single Linked list

Mini Project for final year BSc students : Program for linked list in C:

OUTPUT:

Menu:
1. Create,Append Linked List
2. Reversed Linked List
3. Display Linked List
4. Exit
Enter your choice:1
Enter the elements:
1
2
3
4
5
Do you need to continue?
y
Menu:
1. Create,Append Linked List
2. Reversed Linked List
3. Display Linked List
4. Exit
Enter your choice:3
[1|0013]
[2|0014]
[3|0015]
[4|]
Do you need to continue?
y
Menu:
1. Create,Append Linked List
2. Reversed Linked List
3. Display Linked List
4. Exit
Enter your choice:2
[4|]
[3|0015]
[2|0014]
[1|0013]
Do you need to continue?
n

WORKING PRINCIPLE OF THE PROGRAM:

  • Using Switch Case, first displays the choice for the user to choose.
  • If the user chooses 1, the user is asked to type the input for the list.
  • If the user chooses 2, the elements in the list will be displayed in the reverse order along with the address where the next element of the list is stored.
  • If the user chooses 3, the elements in the list will be displayed along with the address where the next element of the list is stored.
    Thus through this program, we can create, append, reverse and display a linked list using pointers.

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