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Amstrong Number Program In C language - C Language program to Amstrong Numbers. Armstrong Number is a number which equal to the sum of the cubes of its individual digits For example, 407 is an armstrong number as

C Search All Occurrences of a Character in - Write a C program to 'Search all Occurrences' of a character in a String using Loop. Logic to search occurrences of a character in the given string. Input String from user, store it in some

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

C++ Coding Find Factorial using recursion - User enters a number which stores in variable "num". Then number "passes as argument" in function call A static variable is used to check that how many times function is called. When

C Language Codes & Arithmetic Operators - Arithmetic operator performs mathematical operations such as addition, subtraction and multiplication on numerical values (constants and variables). C Program to demonstrate...

C Trim Trailing White Spaces from Strings - C Program code remove 'trailing white space' characters is 'lot more easier' and faster than removing leading white space characters. As in this case we need not to perform any 'char'

Check Vowel or Consonant use switch case - Program to check Vowel or Consonant using switch-case statement. I already explained in sample to print number of days in months, if switch case contains same action for multiple

String Functions strcmp Compares Strings - C function 'compares' the two strings, returns an integer value. If both the strings are 'same' then this function would return 0 otherwise it may return a negative or positive value based