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C How to Access the Address of a Variable - In this program code, we have a variable j of int type. The value of j is 10 and this value must be stored somewhere in the memory, right? A memory space is allocated for each

C++ Programs Converts Decimal to Binary - To convert decimal number to binary number in C++, you have to enter the decimal number to convert it into 'binary number' to print the equivalent value in binary format as shown in

Check Palindrome number using recursion - Recursive function in C to Check Palindrome number. Declare recursive function to check palindrome. First give a meaningful name to our function, say isPalindrome(). Along with

Generate a Graph for Given Fixed Degree - This algorithm generates a undirected graph for the given "Degree Sequence". It does not include self-edge and multiple edges. So this algorithm 'takes the input' of the number of

Program Add Two Numbers Using Pointer - In program we're going to accept 2 numbers from user using pointer. After accepting Two Numbers we are going to add Two Numbers by using "De-reference Operator" in Pointer.

C Read a Grade and Display the Equivalent - C language program take the letter as input and store it in the variable grade. Convert the input letter into its uppercase using function toupper(). Using switch statement, verify the

Reverse a Number Check it is Palindrome - Take the Number which you have to Reverse as the input. Obtain its quotient & remainder. Multiply the Separate variable with 10 & add the obtained remainder to it. Do step 2 again

Insertion Sort Algorithm in C++ Language - Insertion sort is simple sorting algorithm that builds the final sorted array ('or list') one item at a time. It is much less efficient on large lists than more advanced algorithms such as quick