# Insert A Node At End In Linked List using Java

Technology and generation are growing up together, and the younger generation users are somewhat connected with tech and the internet all the time. Not to mention, today the whole world in this time of crisis is working over the internet. But to make these technologies, software, etc a software developer must have excellent problem-solving skills. In this world where the internet is the new fuel, one needs to be pretty sharp. And by sharp, for software developers, it means knowing how to automate real-world problems using computer programs. Data structures help a lot in this journey of logic building. So today we’re going to write a simple data structure program to Insert A Node At the End In Linked List using Java.

## What is A Linked List?

A linked list is a basic list of nodes containing different elements for all algorithms in data structures. Also, it’s pretty easy to understand.

## What’s The Approach?

• Firstly we’ll allocate a new node, by simply creating it.

• Next up we’ll insert the data in this new node.

• Now, the `next` section of a node is set to null showing the end of the linked list.

• Also, the `next` section of our linked list is going to point towards the head of this newly created node.

Also Read: Print Cube Root Of A Number in Java

## Java Program To Insert A Node At End In Linked List

Input:

`append(6)`

`push(7)`

Output:

`Created Linked List is: 7 6`

```// Java program to demonstrate insertion methods
// on linked list at the end
{

class Node
{
int data;
Node next;
Node(int d) {data = d; next = null; }
}

/* Inserts a new Node at front of the list. */
public void push(int new_data)
{
/* 1 & 2: Allocate the Node &
Put in the data*/
Node new_node = new Node(new_data);

/* 3. Make next of new Node as head */

/* 4. Move the head to point to new Node */
}

/* Appends a new node at the end. This method is
defined inside LinkedList class shown above */
public void append(int new_data)
{
/* 1. Allocate the Node &
2. Put in the data
3. Set next as null */
Node new_node = new Node(new_data);

/* 4. If the Linked List is empty, then make the
{
return;
}

/* 4. This new node is going to be the last node, so
make next of it as null */
new_node.next = null;

/* 5. Else traverse till the last node */
while (last.next != null)
last = last.next;

/* 6. Change the next of last node */
last.next = new_node;
return;
}

/* This function prints contents of linked list starting from
the given node */
public void printList()
{
while (tnode != null)
{
System.out.print(tnode.data+" ");
tnode = tnode.next;
}
}

/* Driver program */
public static void main(String[] args)
{

// Insert 6. So linked list becomes 6->NUllist
llist.append(6);

// Insert 7 at the beginning. So linked list becomes
// 7->6->NUllist
llist.push(7);