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C Programming Recursive Directory Walk - Declare the object is a file, declare directory, declare directory that could not be read, symbolic link, The object is NOT a symbolic link and is one for, which stat() could not be

Finds Path Between Two Nodes in a Graph - A C++ Program to "check and find" if the path between two nodes exists. By running "DFS" on given graph we can find out whether path exists between two nodes. Class represents a

Program Add Two Numbers Using Pointer - In program we're going to accept 2 numbers from user using pointer. After accepting Two Numbers we are going to add Two Numbers by using "De-reference Operator" in Pointer.

Convert Strings to UpperCase use Pointers - C program to 'convert string' from Lowercase to uppercase string using loop. All characters are represented as an integer value known as "ASCII" value. Where A is represented with 65

Accept Two Integers and Check if They are - Take the two integers as input and store it in the variables x & y respectively. Using if, else statements check if x is equal to y. If they are equal, then print the output as "x and y are...

Finds Strongly Connected Components in - This is a C++ program "Displays the Nodes" which are strongly connected to each other. Strongly connected subgraphs are those in which a path is available from any node of

Write the Number as the Sum of Numbers - Algorithm "Counts the partition" of the given number. There is no straight method to count a total number of the partition so we need to 'Generate and Count' them. Time complexity

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