The "Linked List: Head, Tail & Contains" Lesson is part of the full, Introduction to Data Structures for Interviews course featured in this preview video. Here's what you'd learn in this lesson: Bianca implements the isHead(), isTail(), and contains() methods. Whenever Workqueue executing, we are creating the Linked List Node and adding the Node to the Linked List. When we are reading the driver using cat /dev/etx_device, printing all the nodes which are present in the Linked List using traverse. When we are removing the driver using rmmod, it will remove all the nodes in Linked List and free the memory. Mar 17, 2020 · Reversing a linked list means re-arranging the next (connection) pointers. Head will point to the last node and the first node will point to NULL. Direction of other next pointers will change. If a linked list looks like this: After reversal, it will look like: Logic to Reverse a Linked List Take the first node … Continue reading "C Program to Reverse a Linked List" Some cell-surface proteins are anchored to the exoplasmic face of the plasma membrane by a complex glycosylated phospholipid that is linked to the C-terminus. A common example of this type of anchor is glycosylphosphatidylinositol, which contains two fatty acyl groups, N- acetylglucosamine, mannose, and inositol (see Figure 3-36a ).