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Check the Number is Prime or Not in C++ - To check the number is a "prime number" or not a prime number in C++, enter a number and 'start checking' for prime number. If the number is divisible by 2 to one less than that

C++ Program for Create Virtual Functions - 'Virtual Function' is a special form of member function that is 'declared within a base class' and 'redefined' by a derived class. "virtual" is used to create a virtual function, precede the

Count the Occurrence of each C Keywords - C Program 'counts the occurrences' of each C keyword by array structure. "C keywords" are the words which have a definition and cannot be used as an identifier. Continue, double, for

C Construct a Balanced Binary Search Tree - Code construct a balanced binary search tree which has same data members as the given doubly Linked list. This C Program creates a balanced binary search tree which has same

Implement Stack Operations Using Arrays - Program code for implementing a stack using arrays. It involves various operations such as push, pop, stack empty, stack full and display. We have created 'stack' structure. We have...

Converting Binary Octal in C++ Language - To convert binary to octal in C++, you have to ask to the user to enter any number in binary to "convert it into octal" to display equivalent value in octal on the screen as shown in code

Compare Both the String n Chars strncmp - C programming String functions "strncmp". It compare both the string till n characters or in other words it 'compares' first n characters of both the strings. Print string1 and string2 are

C++ Checking if a Given Graph is Bipartite - Bipartite Graph is a graph in which the set of 'vertices' can be divided into 2 sets such that all vertex should be present in either set 1 or set 2 but not both, and there should no edge