Its OK to figure out murder mysteries, but you shouldn't need to figure out code. You should be able to read it. Steve McConnell
The singly linked list contains the sequence of nodes which each node contains data and link to the next node. Write a program to reverse the singly linked list with K nodes. The utility function takes the head node and K value (number of position to reverse the node) and return the head node of reversed list.
Print the first list items: 21->52->33->67->NULL After swap 2 items in the linked list: 52->21->67->33->NULL