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Find the Median of two Sorted Arrays using Binary Search Approach





Check Prime, Armstrong, Perfect Number - C First give a meaningful name to our prime checking function say isPrime() function will check a number for prime. Since our function checks a number for prime condition. Hence

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

C++ Program to Implement LeftList Heap - In this, Merge rhs into the priority queue. rhs becomes empty. rhs must be different from this and Internal method to merge two roots. Deals with "deviant cases" and calls recursive

Dynamic Programming Algorithms in C++ - c contains the number of columns for each of the n matrices. c[ 0 ] is the number of rows in matrix 1. Minimum number of multiplications is left in m[1][n]. Actual ordering is computed

C code simple Two Dimensional(2D) Array - Program code demonstrates how to store the elements entered by user in a 2d array and how to display the elements of a 2D array. Two dimensional array in C programming is

Chess for two humans C Graphic Program - Draw vertical lines of the chess board Draw the horizontal lines of the chess. Knight's moves are not affected if some entity lies in the way. It just jumps over them. Atmost only

Binary Search Tree with Insertion Deletion - C++ 'Binary Search Tree' insertion & deletion, finding an element, finding min element, max element, left child, right child, "recursive" and "nonrecursive" traversals, finding the number

Accept Two Integers and Check if They are - Take the two integers as input and store it in the variables x & y respectively. Using if, else statements check if x is equal to y. If they are equal, then print the output as "x and y are...