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Number of days in a Month by switch case - C Program to Input month number and Print Total Number of Days in Month using switch case. Input month number from user. Store it in some variable say month. Switch the value

Program to Calculate Average of Numbers - Takes n number of element from user (where, n is specified by user), stores data in an array and calculates the average of those numbers, program calculates the average if the number

C++ Program Find the Area of a Triangle - Enter size of each sides of 'triangle'. To find the area of triangle in which values of three sides are given we can use Heron's formula. To apply "Heron's formula" there should be

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

Simple Singly Linked List Programs in C++ - In C++, Linked list is a linear collection of data elements, called nodes, each pointing to the next node by means of a pointer. So this is a data structure consisting of a group of nodes

Simple C++ Codings for Virtual Base Class - Declare & Define the Functions getnumber() and putnumber(). And declare and define the function 'getmarks()' and 'putmarks()'. Create the derived class sports virtually derived from

Every Possible Combination of two Strings - Program display every 'possible combination' of 2 "Words or Strings" from the input strings without repeated combinations. Read strings into 2d character arrays. Concatenate string1

Convert Decimal number to Octal Number - Accept the given decimal number. If number is less than 8 the octal number is the same. If the number > 7 then Divide the number with 8. Write down the remainder. Do steps 3 and