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C++ Template to Gets Maximum Number - Templates are a feature of the C++ language that allows functions and classes to operate with generic types. A "simple C++ template" behaves same as normal function except the

Nested Namespace in C++ Programming - In C++ programming, you can create nested 'namespaces'. One namespace can be a part of another namespace. Simply we can create namespace X, which will contain namespace

C++ Converting Centigrade to Fahrenheit - To "convert temperature" from centigrade to Fahrenheit in the C++, you have to ask to the user to enter the temperature in "centigrade" to convert it into Fahrenheit (using fah = (1.8

Types of functions in The C Programming - Predefined standard library functions - such as puts(), gets(), printf(), scanf()... These are the functions which already have a definition in header files (.h files like stdio.h), so we just

C Program Filter text with a stop word list - Read stoplist into binary tree, expects one entry per line. Split string into tokens, return token array. Make sure, copy string to a safe place. Always keep last entry null terminated.

C Programming Sample Reading the Files - To read the file in C Language, we must open it first using any of the mode, for example if you only want to read the file then open it in "r" mode. Based on the mode selected during

Creating a Function Checks Prime Number - Function returns true if the number passed to the function is a 'prime number', returns false if the number passed is not a 'prime number'. The appropriate message is printed from the

C++ Code Find ASCII Value of a Character - Full form of Ascii is American Standard Code for Information Interchange. It is a character "Encoding Scheme". Originally based on the English alphabet, every character or number