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C++ Sample Codes Implement Merge Sort
Merge-Sort is based on an algorithmic design pattern called Divide & Conquer. It forms tree structure. The height of the tree will be log(n) And we merge n element at every level of the

Fibonacci Sequence up to Certain Number
Program to generate Fibonacci Sequence up to a certain number. The Fibonacci sequence is a series where the Next term is the Sum of Pervious 2 terms. The First Two terms of the

Code Print Natural Numbers from 1 to N
Declare c recursive function to print natural numbers in a range. Lets give a meaningful name to function, "printNaturalNumbers()". Next we need to print Natural Numbers in...

C Program Filter text with a stop word list
Read stoplist into binary tree, expects one entry per line. Split string into tokens, return token array. Make sure, copy string to a safe place. Always keep last entry null terminated.

C Compute the Sum of Digits in an Integer
C Program take the integer as input. Divide the input integer by 10, obtain its remainder and quotient. Increment the new variable with the remainder got at step 2. Repeat the

C Code Implement Queue with Linked List
C language program code implements queue using linked list. Queue is a particular kind of abstract Data Type or collection in which the entities in the collection are kept in order and

C Program Codes Calculates Electricity Bill
Program to find electricity bill using if else in C. Input unit consumed by customer in some variable say unit and if unit consumed less or equal to 50 units. Then amt = unit * 0.50. Unit

Convert Decimal number to Octal Number
Accept the given decimal number. If number is less than 8 the octal number is the same. If the number > 7 then Divide the number with 8. Write down the remainder. Do steps 3 and