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Program convert UpperCase to LowerCase - C Programming code to convert upper case to lower case or lower case to upper case depending on the name it is invoked with as found in argument. Enter a string in upper...

Global Variables in The C++ Programming - In C++ Language, a variable declared outside of any function ("Including Main as Well") is called "global variable". Global variables have their scope throughout the program, So they

Multiline Comments in C++ programming - To write a "Multiline Comment" you have to write "/*" at the start of the Comment. After this you can write as many number of lines of description. When you are done with writing

C++ Implements Sorted Circularly Doubly - Here is the source code of the C++ program to "display the values" present in the nodes cyclically. C++ language sample displays the nodes of a "Doubly Linked List" with the last

Create an Array of Chars in C++ Language - String is a "sequence of characters". char data type is used to represent one single character in C++. So if you want to use a String in your program then you can use an "array of chars".

C Programming Bubble sort [Linked List] - If the list is empty, create first node. Go to last node. Add node at the end. Preform a bubble sort on the linked list. The 'c' node precedes the 'a' and 'e' node pointing up...

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()

Dictionary implimentation by Binary Trees - In C++, where first, the 'dictionary' is created by taking an input by the user for the words and their meanings. Next, these are stored in a "Binary Search Tree", after which the file is