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Code Find the Biggest Number in an Array - C Program to find the biggest number in an array of numbers using recursion. Program prints the largest number in an unsorted array of elements using recursion. Array is...

Encode the String Display Encoded Strings - Read a 'five-letter' Word into the pc, and then encode the word on a letter-by-letter basis by subtracting 30 from the Numerical value that is used to represent each Letter. Thus if ASCII

Check the two Strings are Anagram or Not - To check whether the two string are anagram or not anagram in C++, enter the 'two strings' to start checking for anagram and display the result on the Screen as shown here in sample

Program Code to Implement CockTail Sort - C Program implements cocktail sort. Cocktail sort is a variation of bubble sort that is both a stable sorting algorithm & a comparison sort. The algorithm differs from a "Bubble Sort" in

C Program Code Performing Binary Search - C program, Using Recursion, performs binary search. In this C program, an array of random number is generated. User is asked to enter a key. The array of random numbers are sorted

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

Code to Self Balancing Binary Search Tree - Make the "Tree Logically" empty, insert data and get "height of node". Function to max of left/right node, insert data recursively. Rotate binary tree node with left child. Rotate binary

Insertion Sort Algorithm in C++ Language - Insertion sort is simple sorting algorithm that builds the final sorted array ('or list') one item at a time. It is much less efficient on large lists than more advanced algorithms such as quick