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C Convert Binary to Octal Number System - In C program user is asked to enter the binary number and the program then converts that binary number to the octal number by calling a user defined function. To understand this...

C++ Program to Implement Ternary Tree - C++ program implements the ternary tree, is a tree data structure in which each node has at most three "child nodes", distinguished as "left", "mid" and "right". Nodes with children

C++ language Parameterized Constructor - 'Constructors with parameters' are known as "Parameterized Constructors". So these type of constructor allows us to "pass arguments" while object creation. Lets see how they look:

C Language Coding Compare Two Strings - C program to compare two strings using loop 'Character by Character'. Comparing 2 strings Lexicographically without using string library functions. 'Input two strings' from user. Store

Every Possible Combination of two Strings - Program display 'every possible combination' of two words from the given 2 string without displaying "repeated combinations". Convert string in 2D array. Make the first string words

Program Sort Text data by rhyming order - Create a new node. First, we handle the case where 'data' should be the first element. Apperently this !IS! the first element. Now data should [be|becomes] the first element.

Display message by format with the printf - The number of characters actually printed. A negative value indicates failure. Hexadecimal output in the form. Signed decimal integers. Scientific notation. Decimal floating point.

C Coding Check the Character is Alphabet - If the ASCII value of the character entered by the user lies in the range 97 to 122 or from 65 to 90, that number is an alphabet. 'a' is used instead of 97 and 'z' is used instead of 122. 'A'