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Program Code Find all Factors of Number - C program to input a number from user and find all factors of the given number using for loop. Factor of any number is whole number which exactly divides the number into whole

Program to Display Alphabets using ASCII - Printing alphabets in C Programming, is little trick. If you are good at basic data types and literals then this is easy for you. Internally C represent every character using ASCII Code.

Add Two Matrix Multi-Dimensional Arrays - In this program, user is asked to entered the number of rows r and columns c. The value of r and c should be less than 88 in this program. The user is asked to enter elements of two...

Compute to difference between two dates - C Programming code sample to compute difference between two dates. Enter first day, month, year. No. of days of first date from the Jan 1. Count for additional days due to...

C++ Codes Heap's Algorithm Permutation - The time complexity of this algorithm: 'O(n!)'. This algorithm 'takes the input' of "N" distinct numbers. It fixes an element at the end of the array and permutes the "remaining numbers"

C Armstrong numbers between an interval - Declare function to print Armstrong numbers in given range. Lets give a meaningful name to function. Say "printArmstrong()" function prints all Armstrong numbers in given range.

Program to calculate Average of array in C - This C program should give an insight of how to parse (read) array. We shall use a loop and Sum up all Values of the array. Then we shall divide the sum with the number of elements

C++ Bitap Algorithm and String Matching - The algorithm tells whether a text contains a substring which is "approximately equal" to a given pattern, where approximate equality is defined in terms of Levenshtein distance and