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C Programs Depth First Binary Tree Search - C program, using recursion, performs a depth first search traversal. Depth-first search (DFS) is an algorithm for 'Traversing or Searching' a tree, 'tree structure' or graph. The concept of

Searchs Specified File Specified Character - C programming language code to search specified file for specified character. See if correct number of command line arguments. Opening file for input and look for character.

C Program to Count Words, Digits, Vowels - Program code count number of words, digits, vowels using pointers. Program code Finding number of words, blank spaces, digits, special symbols, vowels using pointers. Counting the

Maximum Minimum Elements in the Array - How to find maximum and minimum element in an array using recursion in C programming. Recursion works on the concept of divide and conquer. We break the problem in its smallest

C++ Searching Using Self-Organizing Lists - "Self-Organizing" List updates on the basis of 'last searched item'. The sequential searching approach is used. In general search, 80% time only specific 20% of data is accessed. Sample

C++ Program Find Quotient & Remainder - In program, user enter 2 integers (divisor and dividend), computes quotient and remainder. To compute 'quotient and remainder', divisor and dividend should be integers. The division

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

Generate Perfect Numbers in given Range - C Program Code to print all Perfect Numbers between 1 to n. A Perfect number is a positive integer which is equal to the sum of its proper positive divisors. Input upper limit from user