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Generate All the Set Partitions of n Numbers Beginning from 1 and so on

C Program Codes Search Element in Array - C program example read elements in an array and search whether an element exists in the array or not. Program to search an elements in an array linearly. There are two searching

Find Maximum Minimum using Functions - First give a meaningful name to our function. Say max() function is used to find maximum between two numbers. Second, we need to find maximum between two numbers. And

C Determine and Print if the Value is Odd - C Using conditional statement (if-else) in an iteration (i.e. for loop). We shall initiate a for loop having some finite iterations and check every value of it. if conditional statements...

Replace all Occurrences of a Character in a - Write a C program to 'Replace all Occurrence' of a character with another in a string using a Function. 'Input a string' from user, store it in some variable say str. Input old character and

Input Password & Validation of Username - Code accept character without echo (without displaying on Screen) getch will accept character and store it in "ch". ASCII value of "Enter Key" is 13. Stop accepting password

Using Local variable in The C++ Language - Local variables are declared inside the braces of any "user defined function", main function, loops or control statements(if, if-else etc) and have their scope limited inside those "braces"

Program to Find number of Days in month - Program code enter Month number between 1-12 and print number of days in month using If Else. Input month number from user. Store it in a variable say month and for each month

C++ Coding Topological Sorting in Graphs - Using an adjacency matrix, displays the times at which the 'different times' at which nodes are visited and left thereby producing a linear ordering of vertices in a graph. And A graph is