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Implementing bubble sort algorithm in a C program

C Check Whether a number is Even or Odd - C Program code to Check Whether a number is even or odd using if else. A number exactly divisible by 2 leaving no remainder, is known as even number. Any number modulo divided

Counts Leading Zeros in a Binary Number - Find total leading zeros of a given number (in binary representation) using bitwise operator in C programming. Write a C program code to input any number from user and find total

C Checking the Character is Alphabet Digit - C Programming input a character and Check whether given character is alphabet, digit or special character using if else. A character is alphabet if it in between a-z or A-Z. Character

Simple Class Declaration in C++ language - C++ language allows us to separate program-specific datatypes through the use of classes. "C++ Classes" define types of data structures and the functions that operate on those data

Reference Operator Dereference Operator - The pointer is a C++ programming data type whose value refers directly to (or "points to") another value stored elsewhere in computer memory using its address. Pointer examples

C++ Language & Monoalphabetic Cypher - A substitution cipher is a method of encoding by which units of 'plaintext are replaced' with ciphertext, according to a regular system; the "units" may be "single letters", pairs of letters

C Program Code Nested If..Else Statement - When an if else statement is present inside the body of another "if" or "else" then this is called nested if else. C Else and else..if are optional statements, a program having only

C++ Finds Convex Hull of A Set of Points - Program to implement "Jarvis March" to find convex hull. The idea of Jarvis's Algorithm is simple, we start from the 'leftmost point' (or point with minimum x coordinate value) and