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Reads an Array and Search for an Element - C program accept an array of N elements and a key to search. Search is successful, displays the message "Successful Search". Otherwise, the message "Unsuccessful Search" is display.

C++ Generate N Number of Passwords of - C++ Program to generate N passwords each of 'length M'. Problem focuses on finding the N permutations each of length M. Generates random number between 1 and 10. Enter the

C Find the Length of a String by Recursion - Program to find the length of the string using recursion. C Program uses recursive function & counts the number of nodes in a linked list. A Linked List is ordered set of data elements,

C++ Finds All Roots of Quadratic Equation - Program accepts "coefficients" of a quadratic equation from the user and displays the roots (both real and complex roots depending upon the discriminant). 'ax^2+bx+c = 0' (where a, b,

The C++ Language Multilevel inheritance - "Multilevel inheritance" represents a type of inheritance when a "Derived" class is a base class for another class. In c++ deriving a class from a derived class is known as 'multi-level'

C++ Break Keyword is used to Stop Loops - The 'C++ program' tries to count alphabetical letters from d to n, but a break makes it stop when it encounters k: In a for statement, the 'break' can stop the counting when particular

Find Second Largest & Smallest Elements - C Program finds second largest & smallest elements in an array. The program sorts the array in an descending order. Then it finds the second largest and smallest element in

C++ Coding Repeatedly Search Same Text - C++ program performs Naive string matching without using any specific library functions. A text and a pattern is given as input. Pattern is 'searched' for in the text and all "instances" of