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C Find LCM of 2 Numbers using Recursion - C Program to find LCM of two numbers using recursion. Initialize multiple variable with the maximum value among two given numbers. Check whether multiple clearly divides both

C Programming codings Else..If Statement - C Language The else..if statement is useful when you need to check multiple conditions within the program, nesting of if-else blocks can be avoided using else..if statement. else

Implement Extended Eucledian Algorithm - Program demonstrates the implementation of "Extended Eucledian" Algorithm. For the 'Modular Multiplicative Inverse' to exist, the number & modular must be coprime. Return

Concatenate 2 Strings C++ Without StrCat - Program which take Two Strings as input and concatenate Two Strings without using string class function "strcat()". There are total three strings, two for 'input' and third for our Result

C++ Find Chromatic Index of Cyclic Graph - Algorithm finds the "Chromatic Index" of the given cyclic graph. It takes the input of vertex pairs for the given number of edges. Assigns a 'color to edges' without assigning the same

Quick Sort with the Complexity Constraint - Randomly select pivot value from the subpart of the array. Partition that subpart so that the values left of the 'pivot' are smaller and to the right are greater from the pivot. And consider

Program to Solve a Matching Problem For - Program to solve a matching problem. Given N men and N women, where each person has ranked all members of the opposite gender in order of preference, marry the men & women

Postfix Increment Operator Overloadings - Increments ++ & Decrements -- operator are overloaded in best possible way, increase the value of a data member by 1 if "++ operator" operates on an object and decrease value of