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C++ Programs Implementing Bloom Filter - Number of bits in the Bloom filter. Number of bits set per Mapping in Filter. Table of "8-bit" CRC32 remainders. Bloom filter array of M/8 bytes. Number of bytes in Bloom filter. Main

Simple Calculator using Switch Statement - This C Program takes an arithmetic operator +, -, *, / and two operands from the user and Performs the Calculation on the 2 operands depending upon the operator entered by the

Program to Calculate Average of Numbers - Takes n number of element from user (where, n is specified by user), stores data in an array and calculates the average of those numbers, program calculates the average if the number

C Coding Checks the Character is Alphabet - How to check whether a character is alphabet or not in C programming. Every printable and nonprintable symbol is treated as a character and has an ASCII value. ASCII value is unique

C Sum of the Main and Opposite Diagonal - C Program code finds the sum of the main & opposite diagonal elements of a MxN Matrix. The program accepts an MxN matrix. Then adds main diagonal of matrix as well as the

Program to Find the Vertex Connectivity - C++ Program finds vertex connectivity of a graph. A vertex in an undirected connected graph is an articulation point iff removing it disconnects the graph. 'Articulation points'

Allocates Sufficient Memory for an Array - C Programming language code example to Allocates sufficient memory for an array of num objects of size size. Return: Returns a pointer to the first byte of the allocated...

Code Finds the Sum of 2 Binary Numbers - Take two Binary Numbers as input. Add each bits from the two binary numbers separately starting from LSB. The operations may be as follows. a) (0+0)=0, b) (1+0)=1, c) (1+1)=0 and