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Program to Converts Celsius to Fahrenheit - Fahrenheit & Celsius are two unit for measure temperature. Formula to convert "Celsius" to Fahrenheit using this formula you can change temperature fahrenheit to celsius. Use temp

Count Vowels in a String in C++ Language - Write a 'C++' program which Counts numbers of vowels in a given string and tell every index where a 'Vowel is Found'. Size of array is fixed using the constant variable. We enter a string

Prints Day Name of Week Array Constant - Input week day number from user. Store it in a variable say week. Print Monday if week=1. I have assumed Monday as first day of week. And check condition for all 7 days & print the

Program Remove given Word from String - This program takes string and its substring as input, removes the Substring from the string. Take a string, its substring as input and Store it in the array str[] & key[] respectively. Store

C++ Switch Statement Control Statement - "Switch statement" is multi-way decision that tests whether an expression 'matches' one of a number of "constant integer", and branches accordingly. 'Switch statement' that allows us

Counts Numbers of Vowels & Consonants - C program to find total number of vowels and consonants in a string using 'Loop and If Else'. Input string from user, store it in a variable str Initialize two other variables to store vowel &

C Store Information Using Structures with - C Programming example Store information using structures with dynamically memory allocation. This c program asks user to store the value of noOfRecords and allocates the

How to use Variable Types The C language - In Programming a Variable is a place holder for some value. All variables have some type associated with them, which expresses what 'type' of values they can be assigned. C offers