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C program check whether a number is even or odd

Reading From and Writing to a File in C++ - While writing C++, coders write information to a file from the program using the "stream" insertion operator (<<) and reads information using the "Stream Extraction" Operator (>>).

C Codes Displays Largest Element of Array - This C Program takes n number of elements from user and stores it in array arr[]. To find the largest element, the first two elements of array are checked and largest of these two...

Count total number of notes in an amount - C program input amount and print minimum number of notes (Rs. 500, 100, 50, 20, 10, 5, 2, 1) required for the amount. There any many optimal algorithms to solve given problem.

Display the product of two float numbers - In this c program, user is asked to enter two float numbers and the program stores the entered values into the variable j1 and j2. C program then multiplies entered numbers...

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.

Print stuff to a File Reading the number of - Write a c programming example to print stuff to a file reading the number of time for an other file. Program code to read the number from a file. Program code to write to the file.

Program Remove given Word from String - This program takes string and its substring as input, removes the Substring from the string. Take a string, its substring as input and Store it in the array str[] & key[] respectively. Store

Efficient Implementations of Disjoint Sets - numElements is the initial number of disjoint sets. Union "Two Disjoint" sets. For simplicity, we assume "root1 and root2" are distinct and represent set names. "root1" is the root of set