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Program Code - Reverse an Integer

C Coding Replace Lowercase to Uppercase - Accepts the sentence and replaces lowercase characters by uppercase and vice-versa. Take an an English sentence as input and store it in the array "sentence[]". Copy the Last Letter's

Perform Unique Factorization of Numbers - Program finds the Unique paritions of a given integer such that addition of a partition result an integer. A positive integer n, "generate" all possible unique ways to represent n as sum of

C++ Codes Check a Number is Palindrome - C++ sample ask to enter a number to reverse it, then check whether reverse is equal to its "original or not", if "it is equal" then it will be palindrome else it will be not be palindrome:

Class with constructor ( for bank account ) - Member functions of bank class. Enter the Name of the depositor, Enter the Account Number, Enter the Account Type, Enter the Amount to Deposit, Enter the amount to...

C Find the Length of a String by Recursion - Program to find the length of the string using recursion. C Program uses recursive function & counts the number of nodes in a linked list. A Linked List is ordered set of data elements,

C++ Program Find Quotient & Remainder - In program, user enter 2 integers (divisor and dividend), computes quotient and remainder. To compute 'quotient and remainder', divisor and dividend should be integers. The division

Replace last Occurrence of a Character in a - How to replace last occurrence of a character with another character in a given string using functions in 'C Language'. Input a string from user, store it in some variable say 'str'. Input a

C++ Programming Operators Precedence - "Operator Precedence" determines how an expression is evaluated. Some operators will have higher precedence than others. In this example, "Multiplication Operator" will have