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Implement Find all Cross Edges in a Graph - This C++ program, "using recursion", displays the number of cross edges in a graph. A cross edge is one in which a node points to another node which has already been fully visited. Int

Define and use Global variables in C code - C program code example to Define and use Global variables. Declare a global variable. Function prototypes. Hiding the global count. Function t1 using global variable. Function...

C Demonstrate Printf inside another printf - Firstly Inner printf is executed which results in printing 1324. Printf returns total number of digits i.e 4 and second inner printf will looks like. It prints 4 and returns the total number.

Program Implement the Vizing's Theorem - The chromatic index of the simple graph can be either 'maxDegree' or maxDegree+1. The chromatic index is the maximum number of color needed for the 'edge coloring' of graph.

Find Factorial of a Number with Recursion - C program to find factorial of a number using recursion. The factorial of a 'positive number' n is given by: factorial of n (n!) = 1*2*3*4....n The factorial of a 'negative number' does not

C Program Code Checks Vowel Consonant - C Programming Language check whether an alphabet is Vowel or Consonant using if else. English alphabets a, e, i, o, u both lowercase & uppercase are known as vowels. Alphabets

C++ List of Signals along with description - In C++ programming, "signals" are interrupts of software which is delivered to a process by the OS ("operating system"). Signals can also be issued by the OS on the basis of system or

Code Convert a Number Decimal to Binary - Find a Binary equivalent of a decimal number entered by the user, using recursion. The user has to enter a 'decimal' which has a base 10 & this program evaluates the binary equivalent