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The standard form of a quadratic equation is:

C Code Find Reverse of String by Pointers - Input a 'string from user', store it in a variable say str. 'Declare another Array' that will store 'reverse of the string', say char reverse[SIZE]. Find Length of the string and store it in some

Constant Definition by use const Keyword - What are "Constants"? Constants refer to as fixed values, unlike variables whose value can be altered, constants -- as the name implies does not change, they remain constant. And

C Language and Vertical Histogram Code - C program code Vertical Histogram. Define Maximum length of a word. Define Maximum No of words in a sentence. Excluding the space in the word length. Resetting the word

Enters The Value of N & Then Ask to Enter - Following C++ program first ask to the user to enter the value of n and then ask to enter the n Number to add them. This program add all n numbers entered. To add n numbers in C++

Accept Sorted Array and do Binary Search - C Program accepts the sorted array and does search using "Binary Search". Binary search is algorithm for locating the position of an item in a 'Sorted Array'. A search of sorted data, in

C++ Programming Array Sort Bubble Sort - To sort an array in ascending order by bubble sort in C++ language, you have to ask to user to enter the array size then ask to enter array elements, start sorting the array elements by

The Guessing Game code C programming - Declare variable to be guess. Declare variable to store guessed date. Declare variable to test for invalid input. Display the intro and directions. Get the users guess and store it.

C Programming coding Calendar example - This is because a leap year does not strictly fall on every fourth year. If a year is divisible by 4, then it is a leap year, but if that year is divisible by 100, then it is not a leap year.