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C++ Language & Concatenate Two Strings - Combined two strings means add both string with each other, perform this operation using 'library function' or without library function. If first string is 'john' and second string is porter

Program to Traverse the Tree Recursively - C program code, using recursion, performs traversal operation across the nodes in tree. The tree we have used is the binary search tree. The user generates a tree by inserting

Check if Given Binary Tree is an AVL Tree - This is a C++ Program to check if BST is AVL. An AVL tree is a self-balancing binary search tree. It was the first such data structure to be invented. In an "AVL tree", the heights of the

Program code to check symmetric matrix - C program to read elements in a matrix and check whether the given matrix is symmetric matrix or not. Symmetric matrix is a square matrix which is equal to its transpose. A is...

C Convert Octal to Hexadecimal Number - C program to input octal number from user and convert to hexadecimal number system. Octal Number System is a base 8 number system. It uses 8 symbols to represent all its

Returning a Reference to a Pointer In C++ - To declare such a function, precede its name with * and &. In the body of the function, you can do whatever is appropriate. An important rule with this type of "function" is that it must

Count Vowels in a String in C++ Language - Write a 'C++' program which Counts numbers of vowels in a given string and tell every index where a 'Vowel is Found'. Size of array is fixed using the constant variable. We enter a string

Compare two Strings in the C++ language - Function will return 0, if the strings are equal; return 'negative value', if "string1 is less" than string2 and return "positive value" if string1 is greater than string2. This function 'compares'