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Program to Permute All Letters of an Input String

Write inline assembly language code in C - Adding two numbers using inline assembly language. Assembly language can be written in c. C supports assembly as well as higher language features so called "middle level...

C++ Sorting a Given Data Using Shell Sort - Shell sort is improvement over insertion sort. It 'compares' the element separated by a gap of several positions. A data element is sorted with 'multiple' passes and with each pass gap

Bubble Sorting on int array in C Language - C program bubble sorting code on int array. Reading in numbers. Sorting them using a bubble sort. Comparing adjacent elements. Exchange elements. Display sorted list.

C Program Copy Strings without by strcpy - You can use the 'strcpy()' function to copy the content of "one String to another" but, this C Program 'copies the Content' of one string to another manually without "strcpy()" function.

Find k Numbers closest to Median of the S - Firstly We need to find k numbers which have a minimum difference with the median of the data set. It includes sorting using 'Quick Sort' and then printing k numbers as a result. Time

C++ Language Character & String Literals - When writing both single "character & string" literals, it is Necessary to 'Put the Quotation' marks surrounding them to distinguish them from possible variable identifiers or reserved

C Convert UpperCase String to LowerCase - In C Language program code, user would be asked to enter a String (it can be in complete uppercase or partial uppercase) and then the program would convert it into a complete(all

C Read and Write Strings gets() and puts() - String is an 'Array of characters'. In this guide, we learn how to declare strings, how to work with strings in C language and how to use the 'pre-defined' string handling functions. String