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C Program to Read a Linked List in Reverse





C++ Finding Area of Circle using Function - C++ Program should have two functions one which takes radius as parameter and second takes diameter as parameter. If enters wrong option then tell users its 'valid selection' and

Check If a Given Number is Prime Number - Program takes a number and checks whether a given number is Prime or not. Take number as Input & Check if the number is Divisible by any of the natural numbers starting from 2. If

C Language program code to Divide Array - To divide an array into two, we need at least three array variables. We shall take an array with continuous numbers and then shall store the values of it into two different variables...

C++ Program Sample Implements Vector - 'Insert element' into the vector. Deleting last element of the vector. Size of the vector and Display by index. "Dislplay by iterator". Clear the vector. Enter value to be inserted. Display

C++ Searching Using Self-Organizing Lists - "Self-Organizing" List updates on the basis of 'last searched item'. The sequential searching approach is used. In general search, 80% time only specific 20% of data is accessed. Sample

Implement The Edmonds-Karp Algorithm - The Edmonds_Karp Algorithm which is used to compute the maximum flow between the 'sink and source vertex'. It is the same as the "Ford - Fulkersson" Algorithm except that it

Code Shows a Client Server in C language - Message queue program that shows a client server implementation this is the reciever program using Message Queues. Let us set up the message queue. Then the messages...

C++ Language & Monoalphabetic Cypher - A substitution cipher is a method of encoding by which units of 'plaintext are replaced' with ciphertext, according to a regular system; the "units" may be "single letters", pairs of letters