We’ll be working with the biguint class. You’ve been given function definitions for a biguint class that uses a static array of fixed size, and you’ll be changing them so that they uses a linked list. You’ve been given the class definition of the linked list biguint class. http://math.scu.edu/~linnell/cs60resources/biguint-20.cpp (Links to an external site.)
Write the following member functions
NOTE: You’ll JUST be using the biguint functions to see how to e.g. find the ith digit of an int. There will be no arrays in your functions. ALSO, you may not use toolkit functions
Do the default constructor first (which initializes your lbiguint to 0). Be sure to store the biguint’s digits in a linked list.
Now do the string constructor. It should allocate exactly as many nodes as is needed for the number of digits, with no leading zeros. Be sure to store the lbiguint’s digits in a linked list, with the ones digit at the head of the list.
Write the destructor ~lbiguint(). You’ll need to uncomment the forward declaration in the class definition.
Modify the definitions for size(), the  operator, and the non-member operator << from biguint to work for lbiguint. Test your functions in your main
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