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C Add two numbers and display their sum - C program code input two numbers from user and calculate their sum. C program to add 2 numbers and printing their sum as output. How to add two numbers in C programming.

A Single Line Comment in C++ Language - Any words in a line after "//" are "ignored" by the compiler. if you want to write a comment about 'what is about code doing' you have to write it in the following way: The "//" symbols

Code Checks a String is Palindrome or Not - C Program to check Whether a given string is palindrome or not 'using recursion'. Program, with recursion, determines the entered string is a 'palindrome' or not. Palindrome is a word,

Test Using DFS Whether a Directed Graph - This C++ Program checks whether a directed graph is weakly connected or not. We can do "DFS" V times starting from every vertex. If any DFS, doesn't visit all vertices, then graph

Program to Demonstrate use of Interrupts - Interrupts are messages to the Pentium chip to halt it current activity, and perform our requested job. We can almost do anything using interrupts without using functions...

C Code Find Reverse of String by Pointers - Input a 'string from user', store it in a variable say str. 'Declare another Array' that will store 'reverse of the string', say char reverse[SIZE]. Find Length of the string and store it in some

Using Virtual Functions in C++ Language - See in this case the output is Woof, which is what we expect. What happens in this case? Since we marked the function animalSound() as virtual, the call to the function is resolved

Implementations for Pairing Heap in C++ - "Change the Value" of the item stored in the pairing heap. Does nothing if newVal is larger than currently stored value. p points to node returned by insert. "newVal" is the new value