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C Code Calculate a floating-point average - C Program code to Calculate a floating-point average using pointers. Memory allocation failed. Terminating program. Output the average. The average of the the values you...

Use Infinite While Loops in C++ Language - This Loop would never end as 'decrementing' the value of i which is 1 so the condition i<=6 would never return false. A "While Loop" that never stops is said to be "Infinite While Loop",

Code Parse the Command Line Arguments - C program is an example of how to parse the command line arguments. It sets up all the global variables for a real program and it just doesn't have any body. Loop for each option.

Finds the Longest Increasing Subsequence - This is a C++ Program to implement LCS. The longest common subsequence (LCS) problem is to find the "longest subsequence common" to all sequences in a set of sequences. Classic

Code Finds Area & Circumference of Circle - C Program code to find area & circumference of circle. In this program we have to calculate the area and circumference of the circle. Two formulas for finding Circumference and Area

Implement Two Stacks using Single Array - C Programming code implements two Stacks using a Single Array & Check for Overflow & Underflow. A Stack is a linear data structure in which a data item is inserted and deleted...

C Programs Checks If String is Palindrome - Program accepts a string and checks whether a given string is 'Palindrome'. Take a string as input & store it in the array string[]. Store the same string into the another array 'reverse_s'

C++ Programming Operators Precedence - "Operator Precedence" determines how an expression is evaluated. Some operators will have higher precedence than others. In this example, "Multiplication Operator" will have