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Calculate Area and Perimeter of Rectangle - To calculate "area and perimeter" of a square and rectangle in C++ Programming, you have to ask to the user to enter length and breadth of the rectangle and side length of the square

C Code Reverse the Stack using Recursion - C program code, 'using recursion', reverses a Stack content. Stack here is represented use a linked list. A Linked List is an ordered set of "Data Elements", each containing a link to its

C++ Program Find Quotient & Remainder - In program, user enter 2 integers (divisor and dividend), computes quotient and remainder. To compute 'quotient and remainder', divisor and dividend should be integers. The division

C Program Print Number Pyramid Pattern - In Each Iteration we are moving downward so increment "y". For each new 'Iteration' we are starting from beginning but one 'co-ordinate' back so decrement x. 'Moves Cursor Position'

C++ Language Add Digits of any Number - To add digits of any number in C++, we enter the number to add their digits & displays the "Addition Result" of the digits of the entered number on the output screen as shown here

C++ Code Find Largest of Three Numbers - To find the largest number among the three numbers in C++, enter three numbers, now checking which one is the "largest number". After finding the largest number, we display

C Language Program Infinite While Loops - C Code example of Infinite While Loop. Since the value of the variable var is same (there is no ++ or -- operator used on variable, inside the body of loop) the condition var<=2 will be

C++ Language Do While Loop Statements - The statement is executed, then expression is evaluated. If it is true, statement is evaluated again, and so on. When 'expression' becomes false, the 'loop terminates'. Experience shows