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Header file for AVL tree in C++ Language - Insert x. Remove x (unimplemented). Return item that matches x. Return "smallest item". Return largest item. Return true if empty or else false. Print tree in sorted order. Return

Code find power of number using for loop - C program to find power of a number using for loop. Input base and exponents from user. Store it in two variables say base and expo. Declare & initialize another variable to store

Compares two Integers in The C Language - Comparing two 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

Find Reverse of a Number using Recursion - Declare recursive function to find reverse of a number. Lets give a meaningful name to our function, say reverse(). C function computes reverse of number, hence it must accept an...

C++ Program Codes Print Prime Numbers - For example, to print prime number between '3 to 29', here 3 is the starting number and 29 is the ending number, enter the starting and ending number to find and print all the prime

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

C++ Language Find Largest of 2 Numbers - To find the largest number of the 2 numbers in C++, enter 2 numbers and checking which one is larger to "Display the Largest" on the output screen as shown here in the program

2d example insertion sort [linked list] in C - C program code to 2d example insertion sort [linked list]. Insert a node directly at the right place in the linked list. Insert some numbers into the linked list. Print the list. Free the list