Question

- Write an iterative algorithm in Java-like pseudocode for printing a singly linked list in reverse in O(N) time. You can use as much extra space as you need. The original list pointers CAN NOT BE MODIFIED. State in big-O notation how much extra space is used by this algorithm.
- Write another iterative algorithm in Java-like pseudocode for printing a singly linked list in reverse using O(1) extra space. The original list pointers CAN NOT BE MODIFIED. This algorithm can have any runtime (it will be worse than the algorithm in part a). State the runtime of your algorithm in big-O notation.

PLEASE WRITE IN PSEUDOCODE

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