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C++ Finding Median of Two Sorted Arrays - Program find the 'median' of elements where elements are stored in 2 'different arrays'. We need to find 'combined' median of 2 different 'data set'. So it includes sorting of both arrays

C Programming to Multiply Two Matrices - C Code to Multiply Two Matrices. How many rows in the first matrix? How many cols in the first matrix? How many rows in the second matrix? How many cols in the second matrix?

No sort, but reversing a [linked list] c code - Code add a lnode at the beginning of the list. Reverse the whole list. Display the whole linked list. Insert some numbers. Add a lnode at the beginning of the list. Add new node.

C++ Program Merge Sort using Linked list - Split the Data into two equal half until we get at most one element in both half. Merge Both into one making sure the resulting 'Sequence' is sorted. Then 'recursively' split them, merge

Print Strong Numbers between an interval - First give a meaningful name to our function, say "printStrongNumbers()". Along with this we must define function to find factorial of a number, say long long fact(int x);. Next we...

C Finds Maximum Between Two Numbers - Finding maximum in general is comparison of two numbers. In C language we compare two quantities using relational operator. We using either > or < operator to compare 2 numbers

Linear Search Algorithm in C++ Language - In case of 'an array' we check that a given key or a number is present in array at any index or not by "comparing each element" of array. By traversing the whole data structure elements

Print the Factorial of Number by recursion - Program takes a Positive integer & Calculates the factorial of the number. First user enter 6 then, Factorial will be equal to '1*2*3*4*5*6' 720. Learn to Find the "Factorial" of a number