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Program to Implement Doubly Linked List using Singly Linked List





C++ Programs Finds kth Smallest Element - "Partitioning the array" on the basis of values at high as pivot value. Swapping value at high and at the index obtained. Partitioning array using last element as a pivot. And recursively

C++ Code for Two Dimensional (2D) Array - "Two dimensional" (2D) array can be made in C++ Language by using two for loops, first is outer for loop and the second one is inner for loop. Outer for Loop is responsible for rows

Doubly Linked List Sample in C Language - C Language program code doubly linked list. Create Linked List. Allocate memory for new node. If head is empty, create new list. Move to the end of the list. Insert link at the end of

Read a String & Find The Sum of All Digits - Program takes a String containing both digits and alphabet as input and finds the sum of all digits in the string. Take the string containing both 'digits and alphabet' as input and store it

C Program Compare two Text or Data files - Firstly Declare two file pointers for two files. Open 2 files in read mode. Now Inside while loop read both files character by character. Check both characters whether they're equal

The C Programming Pointers & 2D Arrays - As we know that the one "Dimensional Array" name works as a pointer to the base element of the Array. However in the case "2D Arrays" the logic is slightly different. You can consider

C++ Solving The Dominating Set Problem - Problem takes 'E edges' as input and outputs dominant set of the graph, implementing the following heuristic. Dominant set of a graph's to find, a set of vertices S, such that for every

C Coding Check the Character is Alphabet - If the ASCII value of the character entered by the user lies in the range 97 to 122 or from 65 to 90, that number is an alphabet. 'a' is used instead of 97 and 'z' is used instead of 122. 'A'