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C++ Program to Create the Prufer Code for a Tree

C Program Code Finds Reverse of an Array - C program just print array in reversed order. It does not reverses the array. Here I am writing the first basic logic to reverse an array. It uses above approach to access array element in...

C++ Language Header File For Linked List - Return true if "empty"; else false. Remove all items. Return position to prior to first. Return "first position". Insert x after "current iterator" position p. Return position that views. ListItr

Qsort Sort [array of pointers to structures] - Code compare function for qsort. Add ONE element to the array. Allocate memory for ONE 'struct node'. Copy the data into the new element ( structure ). Qsort array of...

Check Alphabet Digit or Special Character - Checking Alphabet, Digit or Special character using ASCII value. A character is alphabet if it in between a-z or A-Z. A character is digit if it is in between 0-9. And A character is special

Polymorphism is a Feature using which an - Function overloading & Operator overloading are examples of "Polymorphism". In The C++ programming In function overloading we can have more than one function by 'same name'

C++ Find the HCF and LCF of 2 Numbers - Enter the two number, to find the HCF and LCF of the given two number to display the value of the HCF and LCM of the 2 numbers on the output screen as shown here in code

C Code Find Reverse of String by Pointers - Input a 'string from user', store it in a variable say str. 'Declare another Array' that will store 'reverse of the string', say char reverse[SIZE]. Find Length of the string and store it in some

Program Implement the Vizing's Theorem - The chromatic index of the simple graph can be either 'maxDegree' or maxDegree+1. The chromatic index is the maximum number of color needed for the 'edge coloring' of graph.