LINK LIST program ....Pls HELP....??

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    hey someone pls tell what is the error ( any type) in this program of link list which i have made ,, actually i am a student and when i showed this program to my teacher he told that there are errors in this and told me to find them out but i am not able to do soo ,, pls someone help ,, i have attached my program
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    Why don't you try compiling it with all of your compiler's warnings enabled?
    For my compiler (gcc) I tell it to give me more warnings and to nitpick by using
    the
    Code:
    -pedantic
    switch to nitpick and the
    Code:
    -Wall
    switch
    to give me all the warnings it can/will.
    straight off the heap

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    main MUST return int, not void.
    Don't cast the return result of malloc. The fact that you purposefully mis-spelt 'delete' shows that you are incorrectly using a C++ compiler for C code.
    Using 'goto' was an awful decision, use a 'break' instead.
    Your indentation is horrible. Also don't mix tabs and spaces.

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    One of the most glaring problems is that you only define a local node structure in all your functions which goes out of scope when you exit the function. I would suggest that you only define one node pointer structure in main and pass this node structure to your functions. The create, insert1 and insert2 functions would probably need a double pointer parameter and you would pass the address of the node pointer in main to these functions.

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    Hi,

    I have compiled your program it runs fine.But you should not declare main() as void.Some compiler does not take main as void rather declare main() as int and return 0(return 0 in main.

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