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Calculating Difference Between two Time - Ask to enter two time periods and these two periods are stored in structure variables t1 t2 respectively. The computeTimeDifference() Function calculates the Difference Between

Prefix Increment ++ Operator overloading - The only difference is that, the return type of operator function is Check in this case which allows to use both codes ++obj; obj1 = ++obj;. It is because, temp returned from "operator"

Program Sort text data by soundex value - Insert line in the Linked List. Create a new node. Save data into new node. First, we handle the case where 'data' should be the first element. Get soundex code for a string.

C Program to Find Smallest array element - Finding smallest value in an Array is a classic C array program. C code gives you an insight of iteration, array and conditional operators. We iteratively check each element of array...

C Program Code Merge Two Sorted Array - C program to read elements in two array and merge elements of two array into third array. Elements of array can be merged either in ascending order or in descending order in C.

Codes Prints Strong Numbers from 1 to n - Program print Strong numbers between 1 to n. Strong number is a special number whose sum of factorial of digits is equal to original number. For example: 145 is strong number.

C Program moves the file position pointer - Zero on success or nonzero on failure. Seek from start of file. Seek from current location, seek from end of file, find proper structure, read the data into memory in c programming

Finding ASCII Value of a Character in C++ - A character variable holds "ASCII value" (an "integer number" between 0 and 127) rather than that character itself in C programming. That value is known as ASCII value. Example