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C++ Program to Solve Knapsack Problem - This is a C++ Program to 'knapsack problem' using dynamic programming. The knapsack problem or "rucksack problem" is a problem in combinatorial optimization: given a set of

C StrnCat Concatenate n Characters of str2 - C function 'strncat' concatenates n characters of str2 to string str1. Program concatenates n characters of str2 to string str1. A 'terminator' char ('\0') will always be appended at the end

Code Finds product of Digits of a Number - C program code input a number and calculate product of its digits. I have divided the logic to calculate product of digits in three steps. Extract last digit of the number. Multiply the

Coding find Maximum Minimum Element - Code to enter elements in an array from user and find maximum and minimum elements in array. C program to find biggest and smallest elements in an array. Input element in array...

C++ Codings Rules of Declaring Variables - A variable name can consist of Capital letters A-Z, lowercase letters a-z, digits 0-9, and the underscore character. First character must be a "letter or underscore". Blank spaces cannot

Shortest Path Between two Vertices Using - This is a C++ Program to check whether path exists between two given nodes. The idea is to run the 'Depth First search' algorithm with the given source node, if during 'dfs' we visit

Creating a Function Checks Prime Number - Function returns true if the number passed to the function is a 'prime number', returns false if the number passed is not a 'prime number'. The appropriate message is printed from the

C++ Codes Solve Tower of Hanoi Problem - C++ program displays the iterative solution to the Tower of Hanoi problem. Tower Of Hanoi consists of 'three rods' and a number of disks of different sizes which can "Slide Onto" any