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C Language code to Appending two files - Appending, writing files in c programming language. Append the source target. Open the first file for reading. The second file for writing. Copy data from the first file to the

Find Length of Strings Without use Library - Its easier to find the length of the string using given library function, but in this program we are finding the "Length of the String" without using Library Function. In the above program

Program Sort Text data by rhyming order - Create a new node. First, we handle the case where 'data' should be the first element. Apperently this !IS! the first element. Now data should [be|becomes] the first element.

Calculates Sum of Odd and Even Numbers - C program code find the sum of odd and even numbers from 1 to N. Take Number N upto which we have to find the sum as input. Using for loop take the elements one by one from 1

C Code Check Palindrome Using Recursion - In this article we have shared two C programs to check if the input number is palindrome or not. 1) using while loop 2) using recursion. If a number 'remains same', even if we reverse its

C Calculate the total Revenue and Output - C Programming Choosing the correct type: long. Calculate quarterly total. Output monthly sales and total for the quarter. Calculate the total revenue and output it.

C++ Byte Alignment in a struct Algorithm - Get size of the current type. Align depens on the next type and also alignment defined by #pragam pack(#). Offset will be minimum of this size. If the "size of next type" is less than

C++ Sample Codes Implement Merge Sort - Merge-Sort is based on an algorithmic design pattern called Divide & Conquer. It forms tree structure. The height of the tree will be log(n) And we merge n element at every level of the