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C Analogue Clock create and Display Time - Record the time program starts execution. Record the current time, using the alternate method of. Convert the time_t value into a type tm structure. Create and display a string

Assignment Operators in The C Language - C Programming to assignment operators. An Assignment Operator is used for assigning a value to a variable. C code demonstrate the working of assignment operators. The most

Finds HCF/GCD Using For Loop Statement - The largest integer which can perfectly divide 2 integers is known as GCD or HCF of those 2 numbers. The logic of this program is simple. In this, small integer between "number1" and

Finds Largest Number Among 3 Numbers - In 'C++ program', user is asked to enter three numbers. Then program finds out the largest number among three numbers and displays it with proper message. Program can be used in

C Implement Binary Tree using Linked List - Program implements binary tree using linked list. Binary Search tree is binary tree in which each Internal Node x stores an element such that the element stored in the left subtree of

Concatenate Two Strings strcat() Function - C program code 'Concatenate 2 strings' using strcat() library function. Logic to concatenate 2 strings in C Programming. Enter first string, enter second string and Concatenate str1 str2

Calculate Sum of Natural Numbers in C++ - Program takes a "positive integer" from user, then displays the value of '1+2+3+....+n'. This C++ program code assumes that user always enters positive number. So if enters negative

Display its own Source Code as its Output - Display the content from the same file you are writing the source code. Open the file you are currently writing using statement fopen and assign it to the pointer fp. Scan the every