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C Program for Depth First Binary Tree Search using Recursion

UnOrdered Permutation Algorithm in C++ - It initializes the value current level, permutes the remaining values to the 'higher levels'. As the Assigning Action of the values reaches to the "Highest Level", it prints the permutation

Implement A Heuristic to Find the Vertex - Problem takes E edges as input and outputs vertex cover of the graph, implementing the following heuristic. There is no "Polynomial" time algorithm "invented up to date" to find

C Least Significant Bit (LSB) of a number is - C program code input any number from user and check whether the Least Significant Bit (LSB) of the given number is set (1) or not (0). How to check whether the least significant...

Add 2 Distances System Using Structures - A "Structure Distance" containing two data members (inch and feet) is declared to store the distance in inch-feet system. Here, two structure variables d1 and d2 are created to

C++ Language Convert Binary to Decimal - Enter any number in binary to convert it into decimal, then display the equivalent decimal value on the output screen as shown here in the following program. In C++ program code

Find Factorial of a Number with Recursion - C program to find factorial of a number using recursion. The factorial of a 'positive number' n is given by: factorial of n (n!) = 1*2*3*4....n The factorial of a 'negative number' does not

Compare Both the String n Chars strncmp - C programming String functions "strncmp". It compare both the string till n characters or in other words it 'compares' first n characters of both the strings. Print string1 and string2 are

C++ List of Signals along with description - In C++ programming, "signals" are interrupts of software which is delivered to a process by the OS ("operating system"). Signals can also be issued by the OS on the basis of system or