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C Program to implement prims algorithm using greedy method





Use of typedef in Structure in C Language - Typedef makes the code short and improves readability. In the above discussion we have seen that while using structs every time we have to use the lengthy syntax, which makes

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

C++ Checks Original Equal Reverse or Not - To check that the original number is equal to its reverse or not in C++, enter the number & reverse that number then check that reverse is equal to "original or not", before reversing

C Number of Occurrences of an Element in - Code Count the number of Occurrences of an element in the linked list using recursion. This C Program uses recursive function & finds the occurrence for an element in an Unsorted list.

Perimeter of a Circle Rectangle & Triangle - This C Program calculates the perimeter of a circle, rectangle and triangle. This program is used to find the perimeter of circle, rectangle and triangle. Perimeter of rectangle: 2 *(x+y)

Write inline assembly language code in C - Adding two numbers using inline assembly language. Assembly language can be written in c. C supports assembly as well as higher language features so called "middle level...

Implimentation of a list using a Linked List - Operators declared on the type list. Reading a list from input. Writing a list on the output. Gets a list and returns its length. Getting an element and returns its positon in the list. If

C Add Two Numbers using Command Line - Write a C Program. Open 'command prompt' inside Borland C/C++ and Click on DOS Shell. Inside command prompt type this command. Type "exit" command to return to C++ Screen