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C++ Programs to Implement Skew Heap - Inserting element "into the heap". Deleting "maximum element" from the heap. Merge two heaps. Print the 'maximum element' of the heap. And merge the present heap with

Topological Sortings of a Directed Acyclic - Topological sorting for directed acyclic graph (dag) is a linear ordering of vertices such that for every directed edge 'uv', vertex 'u' comes before v in the ordering. 'Topological Sorting'

C++ Codes Store Information of a Student - In this C++ program, a "structure" (student) is created which contains name, roll and marks as its 'data member'. A structure variable(s) is created. Then, data (name, roll and marks) is

Function Call by Reference Swap numbers - Here we are swapping the numbers using call by reference. As you can see the values of the variables have been changed after calling the swapnum() function because swap happened

Most Significant Bit (MSB) of a number is - In C programming language we use bitwise AND & operator to check status of any bit. Bitwise AND operation evaluate each bit of resultant value as 1, if corresponding bit of...

Code Calculate Score Intersecting Ngrams - C Get ngrams for first word. Get ngrams for second word. Compare two arrays, count duplicates. Calculate score. Clean up. Return array of ngrams. Padd word according to one

C Program Arrange Numbers in Ascending - C Program to Arrange numbers in Ascending order. Code 'prompts user' for the n numbers, once the user is done entering those numbers and this c program sorts and displays them in

C Language Codes Sorts the List of Strings - C program which will accept 'multiple strings' from the user and will sort them in ascending order. Checking each successive strings using strcmp() function. If string is greater than the