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C Program to Solve Tower-of-Hanoi Problem using Recursion





C code swap First & Last digit of a number - C Program to input a Number from user and swap first and last digit of the given number. First input a number from user and find last digit. Total number of digit - 1. Find first digit.

Find the First Occurrence of a Character in - C program to 'input any string' from user and find the 'first occurrence' of a given character in the string. Input string from user and store it in a variable say "str". Run a loop from start

C code simple Two Dimensional(2D) Array - Program code demonstrates how to store the elements entered by user in a 2d array and how to display the elements of a 2D array. Two dimensional array in C programming is

C Program Code Checks Vowel Consonant - C Programming Language check whether an alphabet is Vowel or Consonant using if else. English alphabets a, e, i, o, u both lowercase & uppercase are known as vowels. Alphabets

Goto Statement in The C++ programming - The "goto statement" is used for transferring the control of a program to a given label. The syntax of goto statement looks like this: In a C++ program, we have any "number of goto"

Program Copy String with strcpy Function - Input a "string from user" and store it to some variable say text1, declare another variable to store "copy of first string" in text2. Run a loop from 0 to end of string. Loop structure should

Check if Given Binary Tree is an AVL Tree - This is a C++ Program to check if BST is AVL. An AVL tree is a self-balancing binary search tree. It was the first such data structure to be invented. In an "AVL tree", the heights of the

C++ Class Program to Find Prime Number - A 'prime number' is a natural number greater than 1 that has no positive divisors other than 1 and itself. The C++ Programming Language allows you to separate program-specific data