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Finds Nodes Which are at Max Distance in - Find nodes which are at maximum distance in binary tree. Create a new node with the data from the user. Check for root node and then create it. Search for the appropriate position

Program to Implement Ternary Seach Tree - Program demonstrates the implementation of Ternary Seach Tree. Create a new ternary search tree node. And insert a new word in a Ternary Search Tree. Search a given word in

C Program Codes Parse Custom httpd Log - C Parse custom httpd log. Get unresponsibly wild with pointers. Grow a tree for world peace. Allocate mem for ptr array. Read btree into array. Qsort the array. Print the result.

C++ Code to Print Smiling Face on Screen - To 'print smiling face' in C++, first you have to ask how many smiling face user want to print on screen to print required number of smiling face on the screen. So to print smiling face on

Code Finding Minimum Number of Edges - Program to find minimum number of edges to cut to make the 'graph disconnected'. An edge in an undirected connected graph is a bridge if removing it disconnects the graph.

Implement Two Stacks using Single Array - C Programming code implements two Stacks using a Single Array & Check for Overflow & Underflow. A Stack is a linear data structure in which a data item is inserted and deleted...

Making Your Functions to be Inline in C++ - An inline function is a function in which body is inserted in the "place of its call". There are two ways to make your functions to be inline. The first one consists in 'simple definition' of

C Language Code Formula of Permutation - Permutation refers number of ways in which set members can be Arranged or Ordered in some fashion. The 'Formula of Permutation' of arranging k elements out of n elements is