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C Program to Check if nth Bit in a 32-bit Integer is Set or not

Implementing Hash Table Chaining Binary - Adding element to a node and check if node contains element. 'Adding string' in the table. Check if table contains string. Enter String to be inserted. Display table chained with binary

C++ Program use Linear Search Technique - First ask to enter the array size then it will ask to enter the array elements, then it will finally ask to enter a number to be search in array to check whether it is present in the array or not

C++ Implements Fermat's Little Theorem - Program demonstrates the implementation of Fermat's Little Theorem. For the modular "multiplicative inverse" to exist, the number and 'Modular' must be 'Coprime'. Calculates

Simple Queue Programs in C++ Language - The "queue? size?" function would return the length of the line, and the ?empty? function would return true only if there was nothing in the line. "Simple Queue" C++ Example, array

C Matrix of Order M x N and Interchange - C language program code to accept a matrix of order M x N and store its elements and interchange the main diagonal elements of the matrix with that of secondary diagonal

Aho-Corasick Algorithm String Matchings - "Aho-Corasick" string matching algorithm is a 'searching algorithm', it is a kind of dictionary matching Algorithm that locates elements of a finite set of strings (the "Dictionary") within

Find Frequency of Each Character in String - C Program code to 'Count Frequency' of each character in a string Using Loop. There are so many algorithms to Count Frequency of each character. Here I'm explaining the easiest one

Find The Position of A Point With Respect - This is a C++ Program to check whether point lies above, below or on the line. For example, the equation of the line connecting points (2, 2) and (4, 5) is -3x + 2y + 2 = 0. The point (6, 3)