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Displays Nodes of a Linked List in Reverse - C Program uses recursive function & reverses the nodes in a linked list and displays the list. Linked list is an ordered set of data elements, each containing a link to its successor. Code

Find The Position of A Point With Respect - This is a C++ Program to check whether point lies above, below or on the line. For example, the equation of the line connecting points (2, 2) and (4, 5) is -3x + 2y + 2 = 0. The point (6, 3)

Checks Given Graph is Strongly Connected - If there exists "Multiple Strongly Connected" component, graph is not strongly connected, it is otherwise. Implementation of Kosaraju's Algorithm to "Print all SCCs". Fills Stack with

Create strings, shuffle existing strings in C - C programming code randomize string STR. Sefinitely not cryptographic secure. Strip trailing newline. Pick a random char out of input string. Swap orig char with pick and...

Get Total Number of Notes in an Amount - C program to input amount from user & print minimum number of notes (Rs. 500, 100, 50, 20, 10, 5, 2, 1) required for the amount. Input amount from user. Store it in a variable 'amt'.

Program to Demonstrate use of Interrupts - Interrupts are messages to the Pentium chip to halt it current activity, and perform our requested job. We can almost do anything using interrupts without using functions...

C Code Implement Queue with Linked List - C language program code implements queue using linked list. Queue is a particular kind of abstract Data Type or collection in which the entities in the collection are kept in order and

String Functions strcmp Compares Strings - C function 'compares' the two strings, returns an integer value. If both the strings are 'same' then this function would return 0 otherwise it may return a negative or positive value based