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C++ Program to Store and Display Information Using Structure

Swap Array Element and Reverse an Array - To reverse an array in C++ programming, you have to ask to the user to enter the array size and array elements. Now start swapping the array elements. Make a variable say temp of

C Code Calculate a floating-point average - C Program code to Calculate a floating-point average using pointers. Memory allocation failed. Terminating program. Output the average. The average of the the values you...

Collection of Sorting & Selection Routines - Shellsort, using Shell's (poor) increments. An Internal method for heapsort. i is the index of an item in the heap. Returns the index of the left child. Internal method for heapsort that is

Find Lowest Common Ancestor in Binary - This C++ program, using recursion, displays the "Lowest Common Ancestor" in a binary search tree. lowest common ancestor is one in which the lowest common parent node of

Any number of Digits Armstrong Sample - An "Armstrong Number" is a number that is the 'sum of its own digits' each raised to the power of the number of digits is equal to the number itself. Some Armstrong numbers is 0

Converting IP Address to its base10 form - Print help and exit with exval. Print version and exit with exval. Output some additional info. Very basic test of ip4 dotted quad address format. Convert address to base 10

C If a given Integer is Positive or Negative - Take the integer which you want to check as input and store it in a variable number. Using if, else statements check whether the integer is Greater or Lesser than zero. If it is greater...

Implement Extended Eucledian Algorithm - Program demonstrates the implementation of "Extended Eucledian" Algorithm. For the 'Modular Multiplicative Inverse' to exist, the number & modular must be coprime. Return