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Write a C++ program that divides a single LL of integer into two Linked List. Oddllist which includes the odd numbers and evenlist which includes the even numbers.

plz help me:(

What I have tried:

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
Updated 29-Sep-21 22:23pm
jeron1 29-Sep-21 17:20pm    
It looks like there was an issue posting your code, try editing your post and re-adding your code. Also, try and pinpoint the spot (or spots) in your code that you are having trouble with.
Patrice T 29-Sep-21 17:34pm    
You will need a little more code to get help fixing it.
and explanation of the problem.

Here you are ( :-D )

#include <iostream>
#include <list>
#include <algorithm>
using namespace std;

int main()
  list<int> origin{1, 2, 27, 46,- 42, 42, 17, 1, 3, 5, 7, 10, 8, 1024, 32};

  list <int> odd;
  list <int> even;

  copy_if( origin.begin(), origin.end(), back_inserter(odd), [] (int i) { return (i & 1) == 1;});
  copy_if( origin.begin(), origin.end(), back_inserter(even), [] (int i){ return (i & 1) == 0;});

  for (auto x : origin)
    cout << x  << " ";
  cout << "\n";

  for (auto x : odd)
    cout << x  << " ";
  cout << "\n";

  for (auto x : even)
    cout << x  << " ";
  cout << "\n";

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My prewriter were all joking but not really helping you. You need to write some code which reads a linked list and add the values to the odd or even list.

Start with some Linked list tutorial to understand the basics. When you have understood the theory than the implementing is a piece of cake. ;-)
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