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In C,suppose we want to initialize the Linked List in one function and print it in another function,we just pass the pointer to it to a fuction who prints it,thats we pass head of the linked list. In Java,how to achieve that,there is a class LinkedList and we can do all list operations mentioned.But in scenario like above,should the entire linked list to be passed as there are no explicit pointer? Or passing linked list in java means internally,passing the pointer,thats head?
Namma Suvarna Karnataka
Joined: Feb 28, 2005
I forgot: Objects are passed as references in java.