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C Code Increment & Decrement Operators - C programming language has two operators increment ++ and decrement -- to change the value of an operand (constant or variable) by 1. Increment ++ increases value by 1 whereas

Built-in Function in the C++ Programming - "Built-in Functions" are also known as library functions. We need not to declare and define these functions as they are already written in the C++ libraries such as iostream, cmath etc.

C Program Codes Find Reverse of an Array - C program to read elements in an array and find its reverse. C Program to print reverse of an array. There are various ways to reverse an array. The basic three algorithms to reverse a

Checks Given Graph is Strongly Connected - If there exists "Multiple Strongly Connected" component, graph is not strongly connected, it is otherwise. Implementation of Kosaraju's Algorithm to "Print all SCCs". Fills Stack with

Code Copy its Input to its Output Replace - Program sample to copy its input to its output replacing string of one or more blanks by a single blank. String will be terminated if you press ENTER. Press Ctrl-Z & then ENTER

C Program Codings Concatenate 2 Strings - Program to Concatenate two strings in single string. Concatenation of two strings is simple copying a string to another. To concatenate 2 strings str1 & str2, you will copy all characters

C++ Codes Linear Congruential Generator - C++ Program to "generate random numbers" using Linear Congruential Generator. A linear congruential generator (LCG) is an algorithm that yields a sequence of pseudo-randomized

All-Pairs Algorithm by C++ Test Programs - Compute all-shortest paths. a[][]contains the adjacency matrix with 'a[i][i]' presumed to be zero. d[ ] contains the values of the 'shortest path'. Vertices are numbered starting at 0; all