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Performs Edge Coloring to the Line Graph - Takes the input of the number of 'vertexes' & the number of edges in the graph. It takes the input of vertex pairs for the given number of edges. It generates a line graph for the given

Program Convert Hexadecimal to Decimal - To convert a number from "hexadecimal" into equivalent decimal format "in C++", enter the hexadecimal number to convert it to decimal to display the equivalent value in "decimal" as

C++ Language Implementation For Queue - Return the least recently inserted item in the queue or throw "Underflow" if empty. Return and remove the least "recently inserted" item from the queue. "Throw Underflow" if empty.

Codes Convert Binary Number to Decimal - C Programming code take a binary number and store it in the variable j. And initialize the variable decimal_val to zero, variable base to 1. Obtain the remainder and quotient of the...

C Language Program Calculate Percentage - Percent means per cent (hundreds), a ratio of the parts out of 100. The symbol of percent is %. We count 'Percentage of Marks Obtained', return on investment and Percentage can go

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

Conditional Operator Check Even or Odd - C programming code to input a number and check whether number is even or odd using Conditional/Ternary operator ?:. Check even or odd numbers using conditional operator...

Program to Demonstrate use of Interrupts - Interrupts are messages to the Pentium chip to halt it current activity, and perform our requested job. We can almost do anything using interrupts without using functions...