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Implement the One Time Pad Algorithm

Printing 100 Ramanujan Numbers 2 Ways - C++ Sample code Print first 100 "Ramanujan Numbers" by TWO WAYS 1st way is printing ramunajan numbers from RN taking RN from 0 to INFINITY & print first 100 numbers. 2nd

C++ Sorts a given Data using Stooge Sort - Stooge sort is a recursive sorting algorithm. It Divides the Array into 2 overlapping parts, 2/3 each. Sort the first part. Sort second part and again sort the first part. Then Print the Result

C Code Encryption and Decryption of files - C language encrypting and decrypting files. So as to change enter file path. Enter password. Open a file to store decoded data. Until end of file to be encrypted read each...

C Program code Generate Fibonacci Series - Generates fibonacci series. In fibonacci series the first 2 numbers in the Fibonacci sequence are 0, 1, each Subsequent Number is the sum of the previous two. Example 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8,

C ++ Access Functions and Encapsulation - In C++ language, Encapsulation is achieved using access specifiers. In encapsulation we make all member variables private, provide public "functions" which allow user to work

Create a File, Write content, Read content - C Programming language code to creating a file, writing content, reading the content. Open myfile.txt for output and write a string to disk. Open myfile.txt for input and read

C++ Same Namespaces in Multiple Places - In C++, namespace can be defined in different parts of the program. All the objects that are in different parts of a program, but if in same namespace will form one namespace. Better

Partition of a Number in all Possible Ways - C++ Program to get all the unique partitions of an integer such that addition of a partition results an integer. An integer n, generate all "possible unique" ways to represent n as sum