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    Jul 2013

    linked list problem

    my code is
    struct node
    int info;
    struct node *next;
    typedef struct node *nodeptr;
    nodeptr i;
    nodeptr q;
    nodeptr p;
    nodeptr *plist;

    nodeptr getnode(void)
    nodeptr p;
    p=(nodeptr)malloc(sizeof(struct node));
    return p;
    void freenode(nodeptr p)

    int main()
    int i;
    nodeptr *k;
    int a;
    int r;
    nodeptr end;


    for(i=0; i<3; i++)

    printf("enter value");


    for(q=*k; q->next!=NULL; q=q->next)

    return 0;
    also runtime error is coming
    in this only the last input is getting displayed
    can yu suggest me the ways to correct it

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    Re: linked list problem

    can yu suggest me the ways to correct it
    First design the program, then code the program as per the design and then debug the code.
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