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Convert a Binary Tree into a Singly Linked List by Traversing Level by Level

Program To Implement Doubly Linked List - Creating double link list. and Insertion at the beginning. Insertion of element at particular position. "Deletion" of element from the List. 'Display' elements of doubly link list. Reverse

Using Continue Statement Inside for Loop - As you can see that the output is missing the value 3, however the for loop 'iterate' though the num value 0 to 6. This is because we have set a condition inside loop in such a way, that

Cube Root of a Number in C++ Language - To find 'cube root of any number' we need to find 0.3 power of any number. if you need to find cube root of 27 then calculate 0.3 power of 27, result is 3. So another method for this

Code Checks Even or Odd using Functions - Program input a number from user and check whether given number is Even or Odd using functions. Declare function to find even odd. First give a meaningful name to our function,

Remove all Occurrences of Word in String - C program remove all 'occurrences' of a given word in string using loop. Logic to remove all occurrences of a word in a string. Input string from user, store it in some variable say string.

Finds the Frequency of the Word in String - Take any Sentence as input and store it in the array 'string[]'. If the input string has 't', 'h', 'e' and ' ' Consecutively, then store that values in the variables 't, h, e & space' respectively. Use

Perform Unique Factorization of Numbers - Program finds the Unique paritions of a given integer such that addition of a partition result an integer. A positive integer n, "generate" all possible unique ways to represent n as sum of

Any number of Digits Armstrong Sample - An "Armstrong Number" is a number that is the 'sum of its own digits' each raised to the power of the number of digits is equal to the number itself. Some Armstrong numbers is 0