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Program to Copy One String into Other Without Using Library Function.





C++ Check whether a Vertex Cover of Size - The problem takes E edges as input and then outputs whehter vertex cover of size K of the graph exists or not. 'Vertex Cover of a Graph' is, a set of vertices S, such that for every edge

C++ Programs to Implement Skew Heap - Inserting element "into the heap". Deleting "maximum element" from the heap. Merge two heaps. Print the 'maximum element' of the heap. And merge the present heap with

C Program sort directory entrys by filesize - Code compare function for qsort. Add ONE element to the array. Allocate memory for ONE 'struct node'. Copy the data into the new element ( structure ). Qsort array of...

Find GCD of two Numbers using Recursive - In mathematics, the 'Euclidean' algorithm, or Euclid's algorithm, is a method for computing the 'greatest common divisor' of two (usually positive) integers, also known as the greatest

C++ language Simple Stack using Pointers - A 'stack' is a basic "data structure" and can be defined in an 'Abstract', implementation-free manner, or it can be "Generally Defined" as a Linear List of items in which all additions and

Checks if an Directed Graph is Tree or Not - A C++ Program to check whether an directed graph is tree or not. Graph is tree if it doesn't contain cycles. Pointer to an array containing adjacency lists. Returns true if there is a cycle

C++ Language Implements Binomial Heap - Linking nodes in binomial heap. Create nodes in binomial heap and Insert nodes in binomial heap. Union nodes in "Binomial Heap". Merge nodes in binomial heap. And display binomial

Program print Strong Numbers in a Range - Strong number is special number whose sum of Factorial of Digits is equal to the original number. For example: 145 is strong number. Since, 1! + 4! + 5! = 145 Logic to print Strong