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C Programming Codes to Quick Sort Array - Programming code load some random values into the array. Print the original array. Print the 'quicksorted' array. Sort everything in between 'low' 'high'. Compare value and find

Find the Nearest Common Ancestor in The - C Program prints all the elements of Nth level in single line. Structure of binary tree node. Add node to binary tree. Height of the binary tree. Finds the nearest common ancestor. If

Code Finds Maximum Between 2 Numbers - Finding maximum in general is comparison of two numbers. In C programming we compare two quantities using relational operator. Use either > or < operator to compare 2 numbers

Program to implement a boolean function - Color at stars position. Start in upper corner. Gives a message to user. For checking that a particular no. Decides whether output is 1 or 0. Normal mux implementation. Decides...

C program code Self-Referential structure - Buffer for ungetch, next free position in buf, word frequency count, getword: get next word or character from input, addtree: add a node with w, at or below p, a new word has

C++ Sorts Elements Lexicographical Order - This program sorts the 10 strings (entered by the user) in Lexicographical order (dictionary order). This program takes 10 words from the user and sort them in 'Lexicographical Order'

Performs Edge Coloring to the Line Graph - Takes the input of the number of 'vertexes' & the number of edges in the graph. It takes the input of vertex pairs for the given number of edges. It generates a line graph for the given

Program to Check if a Binary Tree is a BST - Returns true if the given tree is a BST and its values are >= min & <= max. Allocates a new node with the data and "NULL" left and right pointers. The Given Binary Tree is a "BST" or