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Delete node at a given position in Linked List

Delete node at a given position in Linked List



//delete node by position in linked list
 public Node deleteKeyAtPosition(Node head,int position)
 {
  
  Node temp=head;
  Node prevtemp=temp;
  int c=1;
  //if position is head
  if(position==1)
  {
   head=head.next;
   return head;
  }
  //position +1 because we have to go till that point
  while(c!=position+1)
  {
   if(c==position && position!=1)
   {
    prevtemp.next=temp.next;
    temp.next=null;
    temp=prevtemp;
   }
   prevtemp=temp;
   temp=temp.next;
   c++;
  }
  return head; 
 }

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