Write a program to read two strings from a user. Each string must be stored in a linked list.
Then. Merge the two linked lists into a third linked list.
i.e. The following is an example of user interaction with your application:
Enter string 1:
Enter String 2:
Please note the following:
When entering string 1, you need to read each character into a node. When user presses enter (character 13) the link list ends and you will have your first string entered into a linked list with each node holding 1 character.
The same happens to second input. You keep entering letters until the user presses enter (which is character 13). Once that's done, then you need to merge the two linked lists into one taking one letter from each (as shown in the example above).
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