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C++ Program to Implement Sieve of Eratosthenes





Print stuff to a File Reading the number of - Write a c programming example to print stuff to a file reading the number of time for an other file. Program code to read the number from a file. Program code to write to the file.

C Programs Calculates Standard Deviation - C Language calculateSD() function calculates the Standard Deviation. The array containing 10 elements is passed to the function and this function calculates the Standard Deviation &

Copying an Array involves index by index - C program code shall help you learn one of basics of arrays. Copying an array involves index-by-index copying. For this to work we shall know the length of array in advance,...

C++ Checks Original Equal Reverse or Not - To check that the original number is equal to its reverse or not in C++, enter the number & reverse that number then check that reverse is equal to "original or not", before reversing

Program to Accept Paragraph using scanf - Here scanf will accept characters entered with spaces. It also accepts the Words, new line characters. Represent that all characters are accepted except tab(t), whenever t will

C programming Scanf() Format Specifiers - Read a floating-point value, read a single character, read a decimal integer, read an integer in either decimal, octal, hexadecimal format, read a floating-point number, read a

C Language Codes Find Length of a String - How to find 'Length of a string' without using in-built library function strlen() in C language. Effective way to find length of string without using strlen() function. In the C every string is

Implement Extended Eucledian Algorithm - Program demonstrates the implementation of "Extended Eucledian" Algorithm. For the 'Modular Multiplicative Inverse' to exist, the number & modular must be coprime. Return