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Finds Greater Number of Entered Number - Program 'takes a number' as input and finds a Greater number of the entered number using same digits. Take a number as input. Reverse the number and store it in the array. Using for

C Programming Selection sort [linked list] - Load some random values into the linked list. Adds a node at the end of a linked list. If the list is empty, create first node. Go to last node. Add node at the end. Assign data to...

Code Find Second largest number in Array - Code to find the largest and second largest element in an array. Step by step descriptive logic to find second largest element in array. Find second largest element of an array in C

Solves Josephus Problem using Linked List - C Language Program to Solves the Josephus Problem using Linked List. Josephus Problem talks about a problem where there are people standing in circle waiting to be executed. The

Code Sort N Numbers in Ascending Order - C Program sorts the numbers in ascending order using bubble sort. Bubble sort is simple sorting algorithm that works by repeatedly stepping through list to be sorted, comparing

C program using of strtok() output words - Use of strtok() in C Programming Language. Skip lines shorter as. split string into tokens, return token array. Make sure, copy string to a safe place. Always keep the last entry NULL

Perform Input Output all Basic Data Types - C language program demonstrate input and output of all basic and derived types. How to use scanf() & printf() function perform input and output on primitive types in C language.

C Programming Bubble sort [Linked List] - If the list is empty, create first node. Go to last node. Add node at the end. Preform a bubble sort on the linked list. The 'c' node precedes the 'a' and 'e' node pointing up...