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Program to Remove all Characters in a String Except Alphabet

Printing ASCII Values of Characters in C++ - Placing the number in the ch variable of char type to convert the ASCII value in equivalent character to print all the ASCII values of the characters as shown here in the c++ program

Program Use Recursion to Search Element - C Program code Uses Recursive function and searches for an element in an unsorted list & display it's position of occurrence. enters the element needed to be searched. Printing the

Check Alphabet Digit or Special Character - Checking Alphabet, Digit or Special character using ASCII value. A character is alphabet if it in between a-z or A-Z. A character is digit if it is in between 0-9. And A character is special

Program Create a File & Store Information - C Code creates a file & store information. We frequently use files for storing information which can be processed by our programs. In order to store information permanently 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++ Compare Binary & Sequential Search - A 'function implementing' Binary search on a 'Sorted array'. Every time this function called, counted as a iteration of 'binary search'. So if value is "Less than Value" at start index more

C Convert Octal to Hexadecimal Number - C program to input octal number from user and convert to hexadecimal number system. Octal Number System is a base 8 number system. It uses 8 symbols to represent all its

Any number of Digits Armstrong Sample - An "Armstrong Number" is a number that is the 'sum of its own digits' each raised to the power of the number of digits is equal to the number itself. Some Armstrong numbers is 0