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Program to Generate All Possible Subsets with Exactly k Elements in Each Subset





C++ Implements Fermat's Little Theorem - Program demonstrates the implementation of Fermat's Little Theorem. For the modular "multiplicative inverse" to exist, the number and 'Modular' must be 'Coprime'. Calculates

Code to Self Balancing Binary Search Tree - Make the "Tree Logically" empty, insert data and get "height of node". Function to max of left/right node, insert data recursively. Rotate binary tree node with left child. Rotate binary

C++ Program to Remove All nodes which - C++ Program demonstrates the Removal of All the nodes which don't lie in any Path with Sum greater than or equal to K. Create a new 'Binary Tree node' with given data. Truncates

Implementations for AA-Tree in The C++ - Internal method to insert into a subtree. x is the item to insert. t is the node that roots the tree. Set the "New Root". Internal method to remove from subtree. x: the item to remove.

Implement Slicker Algorithm that Avoids - Program to find the "Area of Ploygon" using "Slicker Algorithm". algorithm assumes the usual mathematical convention that positive y points upwards. Enter the number of points

Nested Namespace in C++ Programming - In C++ programming, you can create nested 'namespaces'. One namespace can be a part of another namespace. Simply we can create namespace X, which will contain namespace

C Program Calculates Compound Interest - C Programming code input principle amount. Store it in some variable say principle. Input time in some variable say time. Input rate in some variable say rate. Calculate compound

Calculate Sum of Natural Numbers in C++ - Program takes a "positive integer" from user, then displays the value of '1+2+3+....+n'. This C++ program code assumes that user always enters positive number. So if enters negative