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A simple Java program assignment. An screenshot from a past mid-term. A short explanation explaining the approach

and methodology along with the method itself will be greatly appreciated.



Write a method oddEvenLi at that returns a linked list constructed from the integer values in
an array. The linked list contains the same integer values as in the array but the odd values appear before the even values (the order of the odd values is the same as the order in the array,
and the same for even values). For example, for the array [4,16,8,5,24,l?,—25] The list below
would be returned. This is an exercise in constructing a linked list. Do not use any features in Java. Only construct
nodes and link them together by manipulating the link (pointer) fields.

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