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C Language code to Appending two files - Appending, writing files in c programming language. Append the source target. Open the first file for reading. The second file for writing. Copy data from the first file to the

Find the Number of Permutations of given - Prints a total number of permutation possible for a given string. The time complexity of this algorithm is "O(n)". Algorithm takes the input of the string. Then it checks for the repetition

Finds out the Roots of Quadratic Equation - C Program calculates the roots of a quadratic equation. First it finds Discriminant using the Formula: Disc = 'y*y-4*x*z'. There are 3 types of roots. They are complex, distinct and equal

Overridings Non-Virtual Functions in C++ - See that problem. Even though we have the parent class pointer pointing to the instance of child class, the parent class version of the function is invoked. You may thinking why I

C++ Language Find Largest of 2 Numbers - To find the largest number of the 2 numbers in C++, enter 2 numbers and checking which one is larger to "Display the Largest" on the output screen as shown here in the program

C Convert Binary to Octal Number System - In C program user is asked to enter the binary number and the program then converts that binary number to the octal number by calling a user defined function. To understand this...

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++ Sample Code Implement Bucket Sort - Divide the range into equal parts and assign a 'bucket' to each part. Split the data and insert them into the Corresponding bucket by using insertion sort. 'Merge' all the buckets into one