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C Program to Count Number of Non Leaf Nodes of a given Tree





C++ Programming Example to Delete File - To "delete files" in C++, enter the file name to delete the file using the function remove(). If the file would be deleted successfully, then it ("remove()") will return 0 otherwise it will not

Calculates Sum of Odd and Even Numbers - C program code find the sum of odd and even numbers from 1 to N. Take Number N upto which we have to find the sum as input. Using for loop take the elements one by one from 1

Writing Comment in C program examples - Commenting in C programming language. This is a using single line comment example. This is a using mult-line comment. Slash that's not a commment, divide operator...

C Checking the Character is Alphabet Digit - C Programming input a character and Check whether given character is alphabet, digit or special character using if else. A character is alphabet if it in between a-z or A-Z. Character

C Programming Codes Reverse an Integer - C Reversing an integer, takes an integer input from the user. Then the while loop is used until n != 0 is false. In each iteration of while loop, the remainder when n is divided by 10

Get Lowest order or first set bit of number - C Program Lowest order or first set bit of any number is the first bit set starting from left to right. Lowest order set bit of any odd number is 0 since first bit of any odd number is always

C Code Perform all Arithmetic Operations - C program input two numbers and perform all arithmetic operations. How to perform all arithmetic operation between two numbers in C programming. C program to find sum,...

C++ Searching Using Self-Organizing Lists - "Self-Organizing" List updates on the basis of 'last searched item'. The sequential searching approach is used. In general search, 80% time only specific 20% of data is accessed. Sample