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Generate All Subsets of a Given Set in the
Print all combination of a given length from the given array. Return if the currLen is more than the "required length". If currLen is equal to required length then "Print the sequence".

C Program Code to Sort Array of Structure
Problem to display the highest literate rate and the highest income of a state using array of structures. Firstly accept total number of states so that we can accept all the details...

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

C Code Reverse the Stack using Recursion
C program code, 'using recursion', reverses a Stack content. Stack here is represented use a linked list. A Linked List is an ordered set of "Data Elements", each containing a link to its

C Convert Binary to Octal Number System
In C program user is asked to enter the binary number and the program then converts that binary number to the octal number by calling a user defined function. To understand this...

Check a Number can be Expressed as Sum
Program to check whether a number can be expressed as sum of two prime numbers. To accomplish this task, "checkPrime()" function is created. The "checkPrime()" returns 1 if the

C Program to Prints 3 Characters forward
Prints 3 characters forward and backward to demonstrate character printing in C program code example. Define the first character, define the second character, define the third

Print Armstrong Numbers from 1 to 1000
Program code print Armstrong Number from 1 to 1000. An Armstrong number is an n-digit base b number such that the sum of its (base b) Digits Raised to the Power n is the number