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C Binary Equivalent of input Hexadecimal - Program to display Binary equivalent of an input Hexadecimal Number (Hex to Binary Converter). Number will be accepted if you press Ctrl-Z & then ENTER after inputting...

Simple C++ Coding for Single Inheritance - Start the C++ program. Declare the base class emp. Define and declare the function get() to get the employee details. Declare the derived class salary. "Declare and define" the function

C++ Using The If Else Ladder Else If Clause - The "expressions" are evaluated in order; if an expressionis true, the 'statement' or 'block of statement' associated with it is executed, and this terminates the whole chain. The Code for

C Display the Characters in Prime Position - Take a string as input and store it in the array str[]. "Store the Length" of the input string in the variable 'k'. Use "two Loops" to divide the numbers "upto the value" of k. Increment the

Program Find Duplicate Elements in Array - Array is the collection of similar data type, In this c++ program we find duplicate elements from an array, Suppose array have 3, 5, 6, 11, 5 and 7 elements, in this array 5 appear two

Find First Capital Letter in a String without - Program using iteration, finds the first capital letter that exists in a string. We have included ctype.h in order to make use of int "isupper()" C Function that's Defined inside the "ctype.h"

Checks If an Integer is Odd or Even In C++ - A formal definition of an even number is that it is an integer of the form 'n = 2k', where k is an integer; it can then be shown that an odd number is an integer of the form "n = 2k + 1".

Program to Demonstrate use of Interrupts - Interrupts are messages to the Pentium chip to halt it current activity, and perform our requested job. We can almost do anything using interrupts without using functions...