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C++ Program to Find G.C.D Using Recursion

C Program Compare two Text or Data files - Firstly Declare two file pointers for two files. Open 2 files in read mode. Now Inside while loop read both files character by character. Check both characters whether they're equal

C Code Find area of an equilateral triangle - C program code input side of an equilateral triangle from user and find area of the given triangle. How to find area of an equilateral triangle in C. Area of an equilateral triangle

Program Sort Text data by rhyming order - Create a new node. First, we handle the case where 'data' should be the first element. Apperently this !IS! the first element. Now data should [be|becomes] the first element.

C Find the Sum of First n Natural Numbers - We will see 2 C programs to calculate the sum of natural numbers. In the first C program we are using For Loop for find the sum and in the second program we are doing the same using

Program Solves the Magic Squares Puzzle - Using iteration, finds the Magic Square for a given odd sized number. A magic square is an arrangement of numbers from 1 to N^2 in an [N x N] matrix, with each number occurring...

Demonstrates Printf Inside Another Printf - Firstly Inner printf is executed which results in printing 1324. Printf returns 'Total Number' of Digits:4 & second inner printf will looks like. It prints 4 & Returns the Total Number of digits

C Code Accept an Array & Swap Elements - C Program accepts array and swap elements using pointers. C program to accept an array of 10 elements and swap 3rd element with 4th element using pointers and display the

C++ Codes Finds Sum of Natural Numbers - The "positive numbers" 1, 2, 3... are known as natural numbers. The program below takes a 'positive integer' from the user and calculates the sum up to the given number. You can find