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Chess for two humans C Graphic Program
Draw vertical lines of the chess board Draw the horizontal lines of the chess. Knight's moves are not affected if some entity lies in the way. It just jumps over them. Atmost only

Code Find sum of Upper Triangular matrix
Sum of upper triangular matrix is denoted with below image. In below image we need to find sum of matrix elements inside the red triangle. C program to read elements in a...

Get Total Number of Notes in an Amount
C program to input amount from user & print minimum number of notes (Rs. 500, 100, 50, 20, 10, 5, 2, 1) required for the amount. Input amount from user. Store it in a variable 'amt'.

Convert Octal number to Decimal number
To convert octal number to decimal number in C++ programming, you have to ask to the user to enter the octal number to convert it into decimal number to print the equivalent

Create strings, shuffle existing strings in C
C programming code randomize string STR. Sefinitely not cryptographic secure. Strip trailing newline. Pick a random char out of input string. Swap orig char with pick and...

The C++ Implementation for Leftist Heap
Internal method to merge Two Roots. Deals with Deviant Cases & calls recursive merge1. Internal method to "merge two roots". And Assumes 'trees are not empty', and h1's root

C Code Find Power of a Number Recursion
C Language program code to find Power of a Number using Recursion. Power of a number is the number multiplied to itself for number of times it has been raised to Exam. 9^3=729

C Code Increment & Decrement Operators
C programming language has two operators increment ++ and decrement -- to change the value of an operand (constant or variable) by 1. Increment ++ increases value by 1 whereas