A singly-linked list is a type of linked list in which each node has a reference to the next node in the list, but not the previous node

Singly-linked lists are useful for implementing stacks and for quickly traversing a list in one direction

Singly-linked lists have a constant-time insert and delete operation, but a linear-time search operation

In a singly-linked list, the tail node has a reference to null, indicating the end of the list.

Singly-linked lists have less overhead than doubly-linked lists, as each node only requires a single reference to the next node

Some common operations on singly-linked lists include inserting, deleting, and searching for a specific node.

Singly-linked lists are vulnerable to certain types of errors, such as the loss of the head reference