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C Programming Comparing Three Integers - Compare three integer variables is one of the simplest c program you can write at ease. In this program, you can either take input from user using scanf() function or statically define

Function Classes in The C++ Programming - We have two classes XYZ and ABC. The XYZ class has two "private data members" ch and num, this class declares 'ABC' as Friend Class. This means that 'ABC' can access the private

Checks for Balanced Paranthesis by Stacks - Program sample, using a stack data strucure, computing whether the given "Parantheses" expression is 'valid' or not by check whether each parentheses is closed and nested in the

Check a Number can be Expressed as Sum - Program to check whether a number can be expressed as sum of two prime numbers. To accomplish this task, "checkPrime()" function is created. The "checkPrime()" returns 1 if the

Learn Bitwise Operators in C++ Language - in C++, "bitwise operators" are similar to the Logic operators, but they perform the same logical operations on bits. All data in memory is represented in the "binary form". Variables

We shall Determine & Print if the value is - This Code is very simple and a good example of using conditional statement (if-else) in an iteration (i.e. for loop). We shall initiate a for loop having some finite iterations and check

Convert String to Lowercase using strlwr() - C code convert uppercase string to lowercase using 'For Loop'. Internally characters in C are represented as integer value known as 'ASCII' value. Which means if we write a or any other

C++ Language Accessing Array Elements - "Array index" starts with 0, which means the first array element is at index 0, second is at index 1 and so on. We use this information to display the array elements. See the C++ code