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Reverse linked list using recursion

A linked list is a data structure consisting of nodes connected by pointers. Each node in the linked list contains two parts: the data and a reference to the next node. In a singly linked list, each node only has a reference to the next node, while in a doubly linked list, each node has references to both the next and previous nodes.

Reversing a linked list means changing the order of the nodes such that the last node becomes the first node, the second last node becomes the second node, and so on, with the original head node becoming the last node.

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