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C Display the Characters in Prime Position - Take a string as input and store it in the array str[]. "Store the Length" of the input string in the variable 'k'. Use "two Loops" to divide the numbers "upto the value" of k. Increment the

C Code to Find & Replace any desired char - C Program to find and replace any desired character from the input text. Function to find and replace any text. Enter a line of text below. Line will be terminated by pressing...

Program Sortings an Array of 10 Elements - "Heapsort" can be thought of as an improved "selection sort": like that algorithm, it divides its input into a sorted and an unsorted region, and it iteratively shrinks the unsorted region

Perform Edge coloring on Complete graph - This algorithm takes the input of the number of vertexes. Construct a complete graph for v vertex. So it assigns a color to edges without assigning the same color to 2 adjacent edges.

Use Ternary Operator (?:) C Programming - The first expression conditionalExpression is evaluated first. This expression evaluates to 1 if it's true and evaluates to 0 if it's false. If the conditionalExpression is true, expression1 is

C++ Implement Stack using Two Queues - This C++ program implements a "stack data" structure using two queue data structures. A stack data structure foolows the principle of LIFO(last element in first element out). Enter

Finds Prime Number in C++ The Language - In C++ coding, we take a 'For Loop' which will start from 1 up to number that has entered to check whether it is Prime Number or not with in for loop we set an 'IF' condition and placed

C++ Codes Heap's Algorithm Permutation - The time complexity of this algorithm: 'O(n!)'. This algorithm 'takes the input' of "N" distinct numbers. It fixes an element at the end of the array and permutes the "remaining numbers"