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Display decimal equivalent of input binary - C Programming language example to display decimal equivalent of a input binary number. What will be the length of input no.? Don't exceed input from your input limit or 5 digits

Copy One String to Another use Recursion - C Language Program code to copy one string to another using recursion. The Program uses recursive function and copies a string entered by user from one 'Character Array' to another

C program to Calculate 1+2+3+4+5+...+N - In The C, you can print any number series and I will show you how to 'print number series' in C Language with explanation. In case of print number series you need to focus on common

C analyze Comma-Separated list of words - This, is, a, test to analyze comma-separated list. Skip over spaces and commas. Copy characters that are not space, comma or \0 as part of a word. Append terminator and The

Program Solves the Magic Squares Puzzle - Using iteration, finds the Magic Square for a given odd sized number. A magic square is an arrangement of numbers from 1 to N^2 in an [N x N] matrix, with each number occurring...

Code Print the Words Ending with Letter S - This program takes a string as input and print the words ending with letter "s". Take a string as input and store it in the array str[]. Find its length & add a blank space to the input string

Pointer Simple Program Pass by Reference - C++ Language program sample which passes a "Reference" to a Function and Function has a 'pointer' as argument. Keep the return type void & display result in main body. Apply any

C++ Bitap Algorithm and String Matching - The algorithm tells whether a text contains a substring which is "approximately equal" to a given pattern, where approximate equality is defined in terms of Levenshtein distance and