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A generic mode finding function.

Making Your Functions to be Inline in C++ - An inline function is a function in which body is inserted in the "place of its call". There are two ways to make your functions to be inline. The first one consists in 'simple definition' of

C Programming Codes Displaying a Table - C Language code how to display a table in C programming language is more or less similar to that of counting. We use only one iteration and increment it with value of which table is

C++ Language & One Time Pad Algorithm - C++ program encodes any message using the technique of 'One time' pad cipher technique. Input is not Case Sensitive and works only for all characters. 'White Spaces' are not ignored

Program Reverse Order of Words in String - Logic to reverse the order of words in a given string. There are many Logic's to Reverse the order of words. Here is the simplest approach I am using to Reverse the order. Input a string

C Language Coding Print Alphabets a to z - Internally C represent every character using ASCII character code. ASCII is a fixed integer value for each global printable, non-printable characters. For example ASCII value of a=97,

C++ Sorting a Given Data Using Shell Sort - Shell sort is improvement over insertion sort. It 'compares' the element separated by a gap of several positions. A data element is sorted with 'multiple' passes and with each pass gap

C Multiply two Matrices by Passing Matrix - C program asks the user to enter the size of the matrix (rows and column). It asks the user to enter the elements of those matrices and finally adds and displays the result. Perform

C Display the Characters in Prime Position - Take a string as input and store it in the array str[]. "Store the Length" of the input string in the variable 'k'. Use "two Loops" to divide the numbers "upto the value" of k. Increment the