Also known as singly linked list. Other forms exist such as doubly linked list, double ended linked list, sorted linked list.
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A linked list is made of a node (or link) and a pointer to the next node.
A linked list begins with a head, or first. It's kind of like a train, where you can add more nodes. The linked list keeps track of the pointer to the first node.
Designing the Linked List from Nodes