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Demonstrate multiple loop control variables

Program Implement the Vizing's Theorem - The chromatic index of the simple graph can be either 'maxDegree' or maxDegree+1. The chromatic index is the maximum number of color needed for the 'edge coloring' of graph.

C Program Code Concatenates two Strings - You can 'concatenate two strings' easily using standard library function strcat() but, in this C program 'concatenates two strings' manually without using 'strcat()' function. Calculate the

C++ Code Solves Tower of Hanoi Problem - In The C++ program, displays the solution to the Tower of Hanoi problem using the base-2 representation of the move number with the following rules:- There is one binary digit (bit)

C Output of a Program is Input of Another - Pipe the output of program to the input of another. Duplicate stdin and stdout so we can restore them later. Make the write end of the pipe stdout. Run the program. Its output will

C Language Code Display Prime Numbers - Any whole number which is Greater than 1 & has only two factors that is 1 and the number itself, is called a "Prime Number". Other than these two number it has No Positive Divisor.

C++ Program Displays Factors of Number - Find all 'factors' of an integer using for loop & if statement. Takes a positive integer from an user & displays all the factors of that number. In this program, an integer entered by user is

Generate a Sequence of N Characters for a - This algorithm takes the input of the 'specific' sequence. It generates random Subsequence from the given character string. A function to generate 'random' sequence of a given length

Compile Ttime Polymorphism in The C++ - In this C++ example, we have two functions with "same name" but different number of arguments. Based on how many parameters we pass during Function call "Determines"