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Program to Check if a given Matrix is an Identity Matrix

Perform Exception Handling for Divide by - Declare the variables a,b,c. Read the values. Inside the "try block" check the condition. (a. if(a-b!=0) then "calculate the value" of d and display.b. otherwise throw the exception. So

Prefix Increment ++ Operator overloading - The only difference is that, the return type of operator function is Check in this case which allows to use both codes ++obj; obj1 = ++obj;. It is because, temp returned from "operator"

Programs Converts Octal to Hexadecimal - To convert octal number to "hexadecimal" in C++, you have to ask to the user to enter the octal number to convert it into hexadecimal to print the equivalent value in hexadecimal

Paddle Graphic Sample in C Programming - Sub functions to check the progress of the game, function to create paddle, functions to create bricks, clear a layer, produce various sounds, create a single brick, display symbol

C++ Program to Implement Vector in STL - C++ code to Implement Vector in STL. Insert element into the vector. Delete last element of the vector. "Size of the vector". Display by index. "Dislplay by iterator". Clear the vector

Finds the Largest clique in a Planar Graph - This is a C++ Program to find the "cliques" of size k in a a graph. An "undirected graph" is formed by a finite set of vertices and a set of unordered pairs of vertices, which are called

C++ Program to Solve Knapsack Problem - This is a C++ Program to 'knapsack problem' using dynamic programming. The knapsack problem or "rucksack problem" is a problem in combinatorial optimization: given a set of

How to use Void (void) Data Type in The C - Void in C means 'nothing' or 'no-value'. This is used either with pointer declarations or with function declarations. And declares function which takes no arguments but returns an...