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C Program convert Decimail nos to Roman - Convert decimail nos to roman equivalent upto 10,000. Function for generating roman equivalent of 1000's. Function for generating roman eq of 100's. Function for generating...

Implementation TopDown Red Black Tree - Test if the tree is logically empty. Return true if empty, false otherwise. Then print the tree contents in 'sorted order'. Internal method to print a subtree t in sorted order. And Internal

2d example insertion sort [linked list] in C - C program code to 2d example insertion sort [linked list]. Insert a node directly at the right place in the linked list. Insert some numbers into the linked list. Print the list. Free the list

Call Simple Programs for Functions in C++ - A function is like a black box. It takes in input, does something with it, and then spits out an answer. We have some "terminology" to refer to functions: A function, call it f, and that uses

Toggle Case of Each Character in A String - C program to 'toggle case' of each characters of a string using loop. Logic to toggle case of a 'given string'. Input string from user, store it in some variable say str. Run a loop from start

Finds Prime Number in C++ The Language - In C++ coding, we take a 'For Loop' which will start from 1 up to number that has entered to check whether it is Prime Number or not with in for loop we set an 'IF' condition and placed

Count total Duplicate Elements in an array - Code read elements in an array from user and count total number of duplicate elements in array. C program code to find all duplicate elements in an unsorted array. How to list all

C++ Programming Operators Precedence - "Operator Precedence" determines how an expression is evaluated. Some operators will have higher precedence than others. In this example, "Multiplication Operator" will have