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Find the Sum of All Nodes in a Binary Tree - Program code to find the sum of all nodes in a binary tree. Structure to create the binary tree. Inserting elements in the binary tree. C Code to dynamically create new nodes. Code

Converts Hexadecimal to Binary Numbers - Hexadecimal to Binary conversion is divided in 3 steps. Extract each hex digits separately. Find the Binary of each extracted Hex digit. Store the binary equivalent of extracted hex

Code Checks Even or Odd using Functions - Program input a number from user and check whether given number is Even or Odd using functions. Declare function to find even odd. First give a meaningful name to our function,

Converts Hexadecimal to Decimal Number - C program to input hexadecimal number and convert it to Decimal number. Hexadecimal number system is a base 16 number system. It uses 16 symbols to represent all number i.e.

C++ Language Implementation For Queue - Return the least recently inserted item in the queue or throw "Underflow" if empty. Return and remove the least "recently inserted" item from the queue. "Throw Underflow" if empty.

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

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++ Program Codes Print Prime Numbers - For example, to print prime number between '3 to 29', here 3 is the starting number and 29 is the ending number, enter the starting and ending number to find and print all the prime