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Nth Node from End in LinkedList

Nth Node from End in LinkedList
1) Find length of  linked list.
2) Traverse (length-position+1) element from begin.

 //nth Node from end
 public Node nodeFromEnd(Node head,int position){
  Node temp=head;
  int length=1;
  int c=1;
  return temp;


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