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Linked lists are a way to store data with structures so that the programmer can automatically create a new place to store data whenever necessary.

Syntax:
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Example:

#include 

struct node {
  int x;
  struct node *next;
};

int main()
{
    /* This will be the unchanging first node */
    struct node *root;      

    /* Now root points to a node struct */
    root = (struct node *) malloc( sizeof(struct node) ); 

    /* The node root points to has its next pointer equal to a null pointer 
       set */
    root->next = 0;  
    /* By using the -> operator, you can modify what the node,
       a pointer, (root in this case) points to. */
    root->x = 5;     
}


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