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Find sum of prime numbers in given range
C program to find sum of all prime numbers between 1 to N. Input Lower and Upper limit from user. Find prime numbers in the range. Check if the current number x is Prime or not.

C++ Code to Print Smiling Face on Screen
To 'print smiling face' in C++, first you have to ask how many smiling face user want to print on screen to print required number of smiling face on the screen. So to print smiling face on

Code Finds product of Digits of a Number
C program code input a number and calculate product of its digits. I have divided the logic to calculate product of digits in three steps. Extract last digit of the number. Multiply the

C++ Language Using the main() Function
The "main() function" is called when the c++ program starts after initialization of the non-local objects with static storage duration. It's the primary entry point of any C++ Program

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

Linked List and Subtract 2 Large Numbers
Program sample takes the values of two large numbers as input and displays the computed value node with node in the resultant Linked List. Result of "subtraction" for two numbers

Checks If the Substring is Present in String
C Program 'checks the substring' is present in a given string. Program accepts both string & substring. Then checks whether the substring is present in the string. Enter search substring

C++ Programming Simple Stack Program
A "stack" is a basic data structure and can be defined in an abstract, implementation-free manner, or it can be generally "defined" as a linear list of items in which all additions and