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Cpu Scheduling Sample in C++ Language - Getting the No of processes and Burst Time. "First come First served" Algorithm. Shortest job first algorithm with preemption. Shortest job First Algorithm with NonPreemption. Cpu

C Code Accept an Array & Swap Elements - C Program accepts array and swap elements using pointers. C program to accept an array of 10 elements and swap 3rd element with 4th element using pointers and display the

Concatenate 2 Strings without using strcat - In the following program user would be asked to enter 'two Strings' and then the C program would 'concatenate them'. For concatenation we have not used the standard library strcat()

Sum of Natural Numbers using Recursion - C Program find the sum of Natural Numbers using recursion. The 'Positive Numbers' 1, 2, 3... are known as natural numbers. Program below takes a positive integer from the user

C++ Program Implement ScapeGoat Tree - Function to check if "tree is empty". Function to count number of "nodes recursively". And function to search for an element. Function to search for an element recursively. Function

C++ Language Convert Binary to Decimal - Enter any number in binary to convert it into decimal, then display the equivalent decimal value on the output screen as shown here in the following program. In C++ program code

Display largest element of an input Matrix - C language code to pick & display the largest element of an input matrix. How many rows in the matrix? How many columns in the matrix? The largest element of the matrix is

Fibonacci Sequence up to Certain Number - Program to generate Fibonacci Sequence up to a certain number. The Fibonacci sequence is a series where the Next term is the Sum of Pervious 2 terms. The First Two terms of the