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Find the Sum of ASCII values of All Characters in a given String

Find sum of Even Numbers in given Range - Input upper limit to find sum of even number. Store it in a variable say N. Initialize another variable to store sum with 0 say sum = 0. To find sum of even numbers we need to iterate

Compares two Integers in The C Language - Comparing two integer variables is one of the simplest c program you can write at ease. In this program, you can either take input from user using scanf() function or statically define

C Programming Sample Reading the Files - To read the file in C Language, we must open it first using any of the mode, for example if you only want to read the file then open it in "r" mode. Based on the mode selected during

Find the First Occurrence of a Character in - C program to 'input any string' from user and find the 'first occurrence' of a given character in the string. Input string from user and store it in a variable say "str". Run a loop from start

Program to Display Alphabets using ASCII - Printing alphabets in C Programming, is little trick. If you are good at basic data types and literals then this is easy for you. Internally C represent every character using ASCII Code.

Code Sort N Numbers in Ascending Order - C Program sorts the numbers in ascending order using bubble sort. Bubble sort is simple sorting algorithm that works by repeatedly stepping through list to be sorted, comparing

Code Shows a Client Server in C language - Message queue program that shows a client server implementation this is the reciever program using Message Queues. Let us set up the message queue. Then the messages...

Simple Programs Area Of Square Formula - The second power was described in terms of the area of a square, as in the above formula. It led to the use of the term square to mean raising to the "second power". Thus the area