I am trying to sort a linked list, and output the results. But I am having a very difficult time doing so. As of now my program is failing to even display anything.

Basically I have created a small linked list with a few numbers in it, and am trying to switch around the pointers in it so that its sorted.

I don't know any other way to sort a linked list, but I am looking for the simplest way to sort these. I do not care about speed / optimization as long as it gets sorted and I understand how to do it. Here is my code, please take a look. Thanks!

Code:#include <stdio.h> #include <string.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <ctype.h> main() { struct node{ int value; struct node *next; struct node *previous; }; int n = 0; int change = 1; struct node *traveling_node; struct node *last_created = NULL; struct node *new_node; struct node *last; struct node *next_next; struct node *temp; new_node = malloc(sizeof(struct node)); (*new_node).value = 20; new_node->next = NULL; last_created = new_node; for (n = 1; n < 20; n++) { new_node = malloc(sizeof(struct node)); new_node->value = (100%n)*(n+1); new_node->next = last_created; last_created = new_node; } new_node = malloc(sizeof(struct node)); new_node->value = 50; new_node->next = last_created; last_created = new_node; traveling_node = new_node; while ((change == 1) && (traveling_node != NULL)) { next_next = traveling_node->next; if ((traveling_node->value) > (next_next->value)) { temp = traveling_node; traveling_node = next_next; next_next = temp; } else { if(traveling_node == NULL) change = 0; } next_next = traveling_node->next; traveling_node->next; } traveling_node = new_node; printf("Forward "); while(traveling_node != NULL) { printf("%d ", traveling_node->value); traveling_node = traveling_node->next; } printf("\n"); getchar(); getchar(); }