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Takes octal number as input and converts - C Program take a octal number as input and store it in the array octalnumber and using switch statement access each digit of a octal number and print its equivalent binary value

C code All types of Linked List Operations - This is a Program About Linked List. Supply no. of elements in the linked list. Node you want to add before. Node you want to add end. Before which node you want to add?...

C Read Integers into an Array & Reversing - C Program using Pointers to Read in an array of integers and Print its elements in Reverse order. We have declared one pointer variable and one array and address of first element of

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

C Program Coding Multiply Two Numbers - Stores two floating point numbers in variable firstNumber and secondNumber respectively. Performs multiplication and stores the result in variable productOfTwoNumbers. Result up

Converting Binary Octal in C++ Language - To convert binary to octal in C++, you have to ask to the user to enter any number in binary to "convert it into octal" to display equivalent value in octal on the screen as shown in code

C++ Programming Compares Two Strings - To compare two Strings in C++, enter the two string and start comparing using the function "strcmp()". If return 0, then both string will be equal and if not return 0, then both string will

Print Armstrong Numbers from 1 to 1000 - Program code print Armstrong Number from 1 to 1000. An Armstrong number is an n-digit base b number such that the sum of its (base b) Digits Raised to the Power n is the number