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C Program Code to Catch pressing Ctrl+C - Program example catches the Ctrl-C (SIGINT) signal for the first time and prints a output rather but exits on pressing ctrl-c again. You have presses Ctrl-C, please press again to exit

C++ Computes Discrete Fourier Transform - This is a C++ Program to perform Fast Fourier Transform. A 'Fast Fourier transform' (FFT) is an algorithm to compute the discrete Fourier transform (DFT) & its inverse. Fourier analysis

Write inline assembly language code in C - Adding two numbers using inline assembly language. Assembly language can be written in c. C supports assembly as well as higher language features so called "middle level...

The C++ Language Multilevel inheritance - "Multilevel inheritance" represents a type of inheritance when a "Derived" class is a base class for another class. In c++ deriving a class from a derived class is known as 'multi-level'

We shall Determine & Print if the value is - This Code is very simple and a good example of using conditional statement (if-else) in an iteration (i.e. for loop). We shall initiate a for loop having some finite iterations and check

C Sample Code Prints the Pascal's Triangle - Pascal's triangle is one of the classic example taught to "engineering students". It has many interpretations. One of the famous one is its use with bionomial equations. The triangle is

Find the Sum of All Nodes in a Binary Tree - Program code to find the sum of all nodes in a binary tree. Structure to create the binary tree. Inserting elements in the binary tree. C Code to dynamically create new nodes. Code

Topological Sortings of a Directed Acyclic - Topological sorting for directed acyclic graph (dag) is a linear ordering of vertices such that for every directed edge 'uv', vertex 'u' comes before v in the ordering. 'Topological Sorting'