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Amstrong Number Program In C language - C Language program to Amstrong Numbers. Armstrong Number is a number which equal to the sum of the cubes of its individual digits For example, 407 is an armstrong number as

Code Finds Area & Circumference of Circle - C Program code to find area & circumference of circle. In this program we have to calculate the area and circumference of the circle. Two formulas for finding Circumference and Area

C++ Programs Converts Decimal to Binary - To convert decimal number to binary number in C++, you have to enter the decimal number to convert it into 'binary number' to print the equivalent value in binary format as shown in

Count Number of Words in the given Text - Program takes a string as input and count the number of words in the input string. Take the string as input, store it in the array 's[]'. Using for loop search for a space ' ' in the string and

Get Sum of Even Odd Numbers in a Range - C Code declare recursive function to find sum of even number. Lets give a meaningful name to our function, say "sumOfEvenOdd()". Next the function accepts two integer values from

Reverse a Number Check it is Palindrome - Take the Number which you have to Reverse as the input. Obtain its quotient & remainder. Multiply the Separate variable with 10 & add the obtained remainder to it. Do step 2 again

All-Pairs Algorithm by C++ Test Programs - Compute all-shortest paths. a[][]contains the adjacency matrix with 'a[i][i]' presumed to be zero. d[ ] contains the values of the 'shortest path'. Vertices are numbered starting at 0; all

Program Find the Number of Occurrences - 'Binary Search tree' for a given unsorted data array & maintain an additional count variable. If any 'Element is Repeated' then increase the count of that 'Node'. Proceed with the search