# Delete a Node

### Problem Statement :

```Delete the node at a given position in a linked list and return a reference to the head node. The head is at position 0. The list may be empty after you delete the node. In that case, return a null value.

Example:
list=0->1->2->3
position=2

After removing the node at position 2, list'= 0->1->-3.

Function Description:

Complete the deleteNode function in the editor below.

deleteNode has the following parameters:
- SinglyLinkedListNode pointer llist: a reference to the head node in the list
- int position: the position of the node to remove

Returns
- SinglyLinkedListNode pointer: a reference to the head of the modified list

Input Format:

The first line of input contains an integer n, the number of elements in the linked list.
Each of the next n lines contains an integer, the node data values in order.
The last line contains an integer, position, the position of the node to delete.

Constraints:
1.  1<=n<=1000
2.  1<=list[i]<=1000```

### Solution :

```                            ```Solution in C :

In C:

//the following function is all that is needed to complete
// the challenge in hackerrank platform.

if((position) == 0) {
return llist->next;
}
llist->next = deleteNode(llist->next, position-1);
return llist;
}

In C++:

//the following function is all that is needed to complete
//the challenge in hackerrank platform

{
// Complete this method
Node *prev = NULL;

int pos = 0;

if(position==0)
{
delete (ptr);
}
else
{
while(position!=pos)
{
++pos;
prev=ptr;
ptr=ptr->next;
}

if(ptr!=NULL)
{
prev->next=ptr->next;
delete (ptr);
}
}
}

In Java:

//the following method is all that is needed to complete the
//challenge in hackerrank plartform

int currentNodePosition = 0;

if (position == 0) {
}

while (currentNodePosition < position - 1) {
currentNode = currentNode.next;
currentNodePosition++;
}

if (currentNode.next != null && currentNode.next.next != null) {
currentNode.next = currentNode.next.next;
}

}

In Python 3:

#the following method is all that is needed to complete the
#challenge in hackerrank platfrom

currentPos = 0
prevNode = None
while currentPos < position:
currentPos = currentPos+1
prevNode = node
node = node.next

if prevNode is not None:
prevNode.next = node.next
else:
n = node.next
node.next = None
return n```
```

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