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C Program to Check String is Palindrome using Stack

C++ Codes Store Information of a Student - In this C++ program, a "structure" (student) is created which contains name, roll and marks as its 'data member'. A structure variable(s) is created. Then, data (name, roll and marks) is

Simple Calculator using Switch Statement - This C Program takes an arithmetic operator +, -, *, / and two operands from the user and Performs the Calculation on the 2 operands depending upon the operator entered by the

Check Even or Odd using Conditional and - C input any number and check whether the given number is even or odd using bitwise operator. Check to whether a number is even or odd using bitwise operator in C. Logic to

Converting Lowercase String to Uppercase - C program 'Converting string' from lowercase to uppercase string using loop. Internally in C language every characters are represented as an integer value known as ASCII value. Where

Test Using DFS Whether a Directed Graph - This C++ Program checks whether a directed graph is weakly connected or not. We can do "DFS" V times starting from every vertex. If any DFS, doesn't visit all vertices, then graph

The C Programming Pointers & 2D Arrays - As we know that the one "Dimensional Array" name works as a pointer to the base element of the Array. However in the case "2D Arrays" the logic is slightly different. You can consider

Check Vowel or Consonant use switch case - Program to check Vowel or Consonant using switch-case statement. I already explained in sample to print number of days in months, if switch case contains same action for multiple

C++ Program Finds Factorial of A Number - The factorial of a positive integer n is equal to 1*2*3*...n. In program, user enters a positive integer. Then the "factorial" of that number is "computed and displayed" in the screen. Here