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Using the Bellman-Ford Algorithm to Find - Using the bellman-ford algorithm to find the shortest path between two vertices assuming that negative size edges exist in the graph. A Program to find the 'shortest path' algorithm

Check Vowel or Consonant use switch case - English Alphabets a, e, i, o, u both lowercase & uppercase are known as vowels. Alphabets other than Vowels are known as Consonants. Input an alphabet from user. Store it in some

Decimal equivalent of input Hexadecimal - Program to display the decimal equivalent of an input hexadecimal number (Hexadecimal to Decimal). How many digits in input? Digits of your i/p no. must not exceed entered limit

C Program Reverse String Without Library - Lets find the length of the string using library function strlen(). A "string" is charracter array and a "Character Array" have character range between 0 to length-1. Thus we have position

Display message by format with the printf - The number of characters actually printed. A negative value indicates failure. Hexadecimal output in the form. Signed decimal integers. Scientific notation. Decimal floating point.

C++ Tictactoe Game Artificial Intelligence - Tictactoe playing artificial intelligence. None has defeated this computer ' A.I. ' . The game is very flexible. Either the user or the 'A.I.' can start the game. User is free to select his own

C++ Basic Operation Addition Subtraction - "Addition(+)" of 2 vectors. "Subtraction(-)" of 2 vectors. "Multiplication" of vector with the scalar. "Cross" product of 2 vectors. Scalar(or dot) product of 2 vectors. Negative of vectors

For Statement is Typically used to Count a - The "First section" specifies the starting point for the count. The "Second section" sets the counting limit. The "Last section" determines the "counting frequency". The formula of the