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program to check leap year using Conditional operator

C++ Language Add Digits of any Number - To add digits of any number in C++, we enter the number to add their digits & displays the "Addition Result" of the digits of the entered number on the output screen as shown here

C Codes Implement Recalibrate Command - Check whether the FDC is ready. Read status of main status register. Check whether FDC is ready. Input the command parameters. Enter command parameters. Check the status of...

Remove Spaces from Strings or Sentences - To remove or delete spaces from the string or sentence, enter a 'string'. Then start checking for spaces. If 'Space will be Found', then start 'Placing the next character' from the space to

Find the Size of int, float, double and char - In this c program, we are using the sizeof() operator to find the size of data types. When the sizeof is used with the primitive data types such as int, float, double and char then

Code Finds the Median of 2 Sorted Arrays - Algorithm finds the median of 2 sorted arrays using binary search approach. Takes the input of 'n' Data Elements of both the arrays. Using decrease, conquer method find the combined

Program Check If a Number is Palindrome - If a number remains same, even if we reverse its digits then number is Palindrome number. So 10201 is a Palindrome Number because it remains same if we reverse its digits. C codes

C++ Programing Implement String in STL - 'Insert substring' in a string. 'Erase substring' from a string. 'Append substring' to a string. Replace the string with a substrng. Size of a string. Find substring in a string. Display the

Check Whether a Number is Prime or Not - A prime number is a positive integer which is divisible only by 1 and itself. Example: 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13... If the for loop terminates when the test expression of loop i <= n/2 is false, it is a