13. Linked Lists#
In this chapter, we discuss an alternative to arrays. Arrays are not flexible when we need to add elements that requires a larger size than we already have, delete elements, or insert elements in the middle of the array. Linked lists are a data structure that can be used to solve these problems, and we discuss in this chapter how can we do so. We also discuss how to implement a linked list in C, and how to use it to solve problems.