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C Program to find factorial of number using Recursion

C Program to causes the function pointed - C Programming Causes the function pointed to by func to be called upon normal program termination. Returns zero if the function is successfully registered as a termination and...

Code Copy its Input to its Output Replace - Program sample to copy its input to its output replacing string of one or more blanks by a single blank. String will be terminated if you press ENTER. Press Ctrl-Z & then ENTER

Sample Sort Strings in Alphabetical Order - To sort strings in alphabetical order, you have to ask to the user to enter the two string, now start comparing the strings, and if found then make a t variable of same type, and place the

C++ Codes Check a Number is Palindrome - C++ sample ask to enter a number to reverse it, then check whether reverse is equal to its "original or not", if "it is equal" then it will be palindrome else it will be not be palindrome:

C Programs Finds Upper Triangular Matrix - C program to read elements in a matrix and check whether the matrix is upper triangular matrix or not. Check upper triangular matrix. To check whether a matrix is upper triangular

Demonstrate Working of Friend Functions - A function or an entire class may be declared to be a friend of another class or function. A friend function can also be used for function overloading. Friend function declaration can

C Language Code to Linked list Operations - Enter the element you want to add. Enter the element to delete. demonstrating search. Address of first occurence. Inputs given internally for demo only. Displaying second...

C++ Checking if a Given Graph is Bipartite - Bipartite Graph is a graph in which the set of 'vertices' can be divided into 2 sets such that all vertex should be present in either set 1 or set 2 but not both, and there should no edge