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Try to break the problem into sub-problems. For example:
  1. Given a singly-linked list of length k, reverse the order of the elements
  2. Given a singly-linked list of length 2*k, reverse the order of the first k elements, without touching the last k elements. Return a pointer to the kth element (counting from zero).
  3. Given a singly-linked list of length 2*k, reverse the order of the last k elements.
  4. Given a singly-linked list of length 3*k, reverse the order of the middle k elements. return a pointer to the 2*kth element (counting from zero).
  5. Put everything together to get the solution to your problem.
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