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C++ Program to Implement Counting Sort - In c++ sort pogram sample, count the number of 'occurrences' of each element. And store it in the Array of size same as the range of data input. Use element value to refer the counter

Find the Nearest Common Ancestor in The - C Program prints all the elements of Nth level in single line. Structure of binary tree node. Add node to binary tree. Height of the binary tree. Finds the nearest common ancestor. If

Bubble Sorting on int array in C Language - C program bubble sorting code on int array. Reading in numbers. Sorting them using a bubble sort. Comparing adjacent elements. Exchange elements. Display sorted list.

Compare Both the String n Chars strncmp - C programming String functions "strncmp". It compare both the string till n characters or in other words it 'compares' first n characters of both the strings. Print string1 and string2 are

Simple Queue Programs in C++ Language - The "queue? size?" function would return the length of the line, and the ?empty? function would return true only if there was nothing in the line. "Simple Queue" C++ Example, array

C Program Code Concatenate Two Strings - C programming code concatenate 2 strings in single string. Concatenation of 'two strings' is the process of Joining them together to form a new string. Concatenation appends second

C Sort Structures on the basis of Structure - Using cricket, declare an array player with 10 elements and write a c program to read the information about all the 10 players and print a team wise list containing names of players

C++ Program Coding Multiply 2 Numbers - In this c++ program, user enter two numbers ('floating point numbers'). Then, the product of those two numbers is 'stored' in a variable and displayed on the screen. The 2 numbers