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C Language Check Triangle is Valid or Not - C Program code to input side of a Triangle & check whether triangle is valid or not using if else. A triangle is valid if sum of its two sides is greater than the third side. Means if a, b, c

C++ Language Passing Arrays to Function - In this C++ Code, we are passing 2 arrays a & b to the "function sum()". Function adds the "corresponding elements" of both the arrays and display them. This c++ function adds the

Outputs the values to the stream in The C - C program code example outputs the values to the stream. Returns number of characters printed on success or a negative number on failure. The format control string are identical

C++ Template to Gets Maximum Number - Templates are a feature of the C++ language that allows functions and classes to operate with generic types. A "simple C++ template" behaves same as normal function except the

C Program Compare Strings Using StrCmp - C program to compare two strings using loop character by character. Logic to compare two strings. Input two strings from user and Store it in some variable say str1 and str2. Compare

Program Use Recursion to Search Element - C Program code Uses Recursive function and searches for an element in an unsorted list & display it's position of occurrence. enters the element needed to be searched. Printing the

Largest Rectangular Area in a Histogram - Get minimum of two numbers in hist[]. Get the 'middle index' from corner indexes. Get the index of minimum value in a given range of indexes. Then returns 'index' of minimum

C++ Sample code Perform the Shaker Sort - In each iteration, Sorting is done in two Parts. At first, "set the highest" value to the highest index and decrement the index. Then Lowest Value to the Lowest Index and increment the