(Python Example for Citizen Data Scientist & Business Analyst)
Write a Python program to create a singly linked list, append some items and iterate through the list.
class Node: def __init__(self, data=None): self.data = data self.next = None class singly_linked_list: def __init__(self): self.tail = None self.head = None self.count = 0 def iterate_item(self): current_item = self.tail while current_item: val = current_item.data current_item = current_item.next yield val def append_item(self, data): node = Node(data) if self.head: self.head.next = node self.head = node else: self.tail = node self.head = node self.count += 1 items = singly_linked_list() items.append_item('PHP') items.append_item('Python') items.append_item('C#') items.append_item('C++') items.append_item('Java') for val in items.iterate_item(): print(val)
PHP Python C# C++ Java
Write a Python program to create a singly linked list, append some items and iterate through the list
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