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Undirected Graph contains a Eulerian Path - Check if this graph is Eulerian or not. Check if all non-zero degree vertices are connected. If graph has no "odd degree vertex", there is at least one Eulerian Circuit. And if graph as two

Find sum of array elements using pointers - C Program code find sum of array elements using pointers, recursion & functions. Sum of array elements using Recursion: Function calling itself. This program calls user defined

C++ Language Code to Merge Two Arrays - Program ask to the user to enter array 1 and 2 size, then ask to enter array 1 and 2 elements, to "merge or add" to form new array, display the result of the added array or merged array

C Find Maximum Between Three Numbers - C program to input three numbers from user and find maximum between three numbers using conditional/ternary operator ?:. How to find maximum between three numbers using

C Program Code Calculate Simple Interest - C code example to input principle amount in some variable say principle and input time in some variable say time. Input rate in some variable say rate. Find simple interest using

C++ Programming Operators Precedence - "Operator Precedence" determines how an expression is evaluated. Some operators will have higher precedence than others. In this example, "Multiplication Operator" will have

Sort Elements Using Quick Sort Algorithm - Two stacks to store two ends of the list in C. Entering elements in the array. Set top to stack. To print the sorted array. Enter the no of elements in the array. Enter the elements

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