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Find the Sum of Natural Numbers using Recursion

Program Represent Graph Using 2D Array - Algorithm takes the input of the number of vertex & edges. Take the input of connected vertex pairs. Print the graph using 2D arrays. A function to "print the matrix". Print 1 if the

C++ Language Print Strings on the Screen - Enter a string and receive the string using the function 'gets()'. C++ program ask to the user to "enter a string" like your first name, then it will display your first name after "Hello", print

Program Code Converts Decimal to Binary - How to convert from decimal number system to binary number system in C programming. C program to convert from Decimal to Binary number system. Input decimal number from

C Analogue Clock create and Display Time - Record the time program starts execution. Record the current time, using the alternate method of. Convert the time_t value into a type tm structure. Create and display a string

C Program code find LCM of two numbers - C program code input two numbers and find LCM (Lowest Common Multiple) using loop. Input two numbers from user. Store them in some variable say j1 and j2. Find maximum...

Check If a Given Number is Prime Number - Program takes a number and checks whether a given number is Prime or not. Take number as Input & Check if the number is Divisible by any of the natural numbers starting from 2. If

Creating a Function Checks Prime Number - Function returns true if the number passed to the function is a 'prime number', returns false if the number passed is not a 'prime number'. The appropriate message is printed from the

C++ Code Find ASCII Value of a Character - Full form of Ascii is American Standard Code for Information Interchange. It is a character "Encoding Scheme". Originally based on the English alphabet, every character or number