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C Program to find the Highest Bit Set for any given Integer





Program to Find Largest Element of Array - To find the "Largest Element", the first two elements of array are checked and largest of these two element is placed in arr[0]. Then, the first and third elements are checked and

C++ Return the Structure from a Function - In this C++ example, we have "two functions" one gets the values from user, assign them to structure members and returns the structure and the other function takes that structure as

Program Implement Doubly Ended Queue - Inserting element into the "deque". Deleting element from the deque. "Insert" element in "doubly ended queue". Enter the value to be inserted. Element inserted into empty deque.

C++ Checking if a Given Graph is Bipartite - Bipartite Graph is a graph in which the set of 'vertices' can be divided into 2 sets such that all vertex should be present in either set 1 or set 2 but not both, and there should no edge

C Add two numbers and display their sum - C program code input two numbers from user and calculate their sum. C program to add 2 numbers and printing their sum as output. How to add two numbers in C programming.

C Program Code Nested If..Else Statement - When an if else statement is present inside the body of another "if" or "else" then this is called nested if else. C Else and else..if are optional statements, a program having only

C Programming I/O of Floats and Integers - Program to Prints the number right justified within 6 columns. Tries to print number right justified to 3 digits but number is not right adjusted because there are only 4 numbers.

Convert Decimal number to Octal Number - Accept the given decimal number. If number is less than 8 the octal number is the same. If the number > 7 then Divide the number with 8. Write down the remainder. Do steps 3 and