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  1. very good explanation thank you sir

  2. your Concept dealing is good and you go like a jet speed some of the main points will not be catched by the viewers ,so please make sure give your classes some what slowly ,Thank you

  3. you can use while(node!=null) in show function to print all the values( including the last node) as node is referencing the node itself , just checked by printing the value of node.

  4. thank you very much for such a detailed explanation of node

  5. This guy is like a rapper, almost Eminem LOL. But to you I understand the concept, keep it up.

  6. @Telusko – Thanks for the video. In the same implementation , I wrote my own sort method in linked list. Thanks again. Here is the below

    void sort() {

    Node n1 = head;

    while(n1.next!=null) {

    //System.out.println("In first loop");

    Node n2=n1;

    Node n4=n1;

    while(n4.next!=null) {

    //System.out.println("In second loop");

    Node n3=n4.next;

    int val=n3.data;

    if(n2.data>n3.data) {

    n3.data=n2.data;

    n2.data=val;

    }

    n4=n4.next;

    }

    n1=n1.next;

    }

  7. Worst explanation I have ever seen

  8. Dear Naveen ,
    why did you stop this amazing, wonderful series if possible please give us full dsa course in one video like core java,spring,spring boot,rest,hibernate….. And much more……I am grateful for all that yoy provide….stay safe stay blessed, stay being alien

  9. your cursor is really hard to see and is hard to follow along when you are pointing at something with the unseen cursor . other than that is a great video i learned a lot from this keep it up!

  10. I think I have to watch it atleast 3times to totally understand the implementation part….but tbh this video is awesome!

  11. Yes, very helpful. I couldn't have gotten through my assignments otherwise. thanks

  12. simple explanation but best!!!

  13. Hi. Why you haven't mentioned the previous node value because it consists not only of node value and next value. It needs also previous node value. How I can implement it in your explanation? Thanks

  14. Great explanation sir ❤️

  15. thanks this video made my 2 week for learning how to implement the LinkedList in to just 1 hour

  16. did he just call me an alien

  17. How can u do it in 2 different classes and access the variables of another class

  18. I am not understanding .why are u doing the program in 2 different classes .the object n that u created is not explained

  19. crystal clear explanation,kudos sir

  20. Plz Sir Continue this playlist I request you… 🙂

  21. You just use while(node != null) in the show method it's done! Good explanation though !

  22. This teacher is very clear, I like his style and I can understand what he says, his accent is very pleasant and he has a good mic!..

  23. Or we can use do while loop to show all value of node instead of writing outside while it's better to use do while loop.

  24. Waav ! you are using Netbeans for Professional and Eclipse for Tutorial. I have noticed Naveen Reddy bro :D:D Yet I love the way you teach.

  25. I was searching this information in java but I didn't find it anywhere.. This is exactly what I was looking for !!

  26. In the show() method, to print the last element, you can change the condition in the while loop to "while(node != null)"

  27. Nice video man … Thank you. Also in the show(), we can write (node!=null) instead of (node.next!=null) in that way we don't need to write an extra line of SOP for the last element to get printed.

  28. by far the best explanation on the internet

  29. Thanks a lot,for clear explanation

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