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Check the Alphabet is Vowel or Consonant - C program takes the Character value as input and checks whether that character is a vowel or consonant using if-else statement. Since a user allowed to enter an alphabet Lowercase

Singly Linked list Program Using functions - In C++, under the simplest form, each node is composed of data and a reference ('a link') to the next node in the sequence. This structure allows for efficient insertion or removal of the

C programming code right rotate an array - C code to right rotate an array by n position. How to right rotate an array n times in C. Logic to rotate an array to right by n position in C program. Read elements in an array say

Number of days in a Month by switch case - C Program to Input month number and Print Total Number of Days in Month using switch case. Input month number from user. Store it in some variable say month. Switch the value

C Language code to Appending two files - Appending, writing files in c programming language. Append the source target. Open the first file for reading. The second file for writing. Copy data from the first file to the

C Code Find Reverse of String by Pointers - Input a 'string from user', store it in a variable say str. 'Declare another Array' that will store 'reverse of the string', say char reverse[SIZE]. Find Length of the string and store it in some

C++ Programming code Copy File Content - To copy the "content of a file" to the other file in C++ programming, you have to first ask to the user to enter the "source file" to open the source file and ask to enter the target source

C++ Sample Code Implement Bucket Sort - Divide the range into equal parts and assign a 'bucket' to each part. Split the data and insert them into the Corresponding bucket by using insertion sort. 'Merge' all the buckets into one