Implement in C, using linked lists the Quicksort algorithm. Write a main() function that reads in a list, calls your function and prints out a sorted list as a result. You can assume that the list only contains integers. Paste as a comment the run of your code on 3 examples at the end of the file.

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#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <time.h>

struct node{
    int data;
    struct node * next;
    struct node * previous;
typedef struct node node;

struct list{
    node * head;
    node * tail;
    int size;

typedef struct list list;

node * NewNode(int d);
list * NewList();
void AddNode(list * l, int d);
void Left(list * left, list * l, int t);
void Right(list * right, list * l, int t);
void FreeList(list * l);
void CopyList(list * l1,list * l2);
void quicksort(list * l);
void Display(list * l);

int main(int argc, char** argv) {
    int i,j ;
    list * l;...

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