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Accessing SQL Server from C++ Language - Forward declarations of the error handler and message handler. The Connection with "SQL" Server. Install user-supplied error functions & message-handling functions. Get DBProcess

Convert Octal number to Decimal number - To convert octal number to decimal number in C++ programming, you have to ask to the user to enter the octal number to convert it into decimal number to print the equivalent

Triangle given the lengths of its sides in C - C Programming code gives all details of a Triangle given the lengths of its sides. Enter the lengths of the three sides of the triangle. S is the semiperimeter of the triangle. D is...

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

C++ An Object can be Passed to Functions - An object can be passed to a function just like we pass structure to a function. Here in class A we have a "function disp()" in which we are passing the object of class A. Similarly we can

C Display Fibonacci Series Using Recursion - Program code display 'Fibonacci series' using recursion. Using "fibonacci_series()" that calls itself recursively, in order to display series for the entered number of terms. Program enter

C++ Simple Calculator Code for Beginners - Write a simple C++ program which have four different functions for "basic operations" like addition, subtraction, division, multiplication. It should be menu based asking user to enter

Program Print Fibonacci Series in a Range - Fibonacci series is a series of numbers where the current number is the sum of previous 2 terms. For Example: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21,... Here c is the current term, b is the n-1th term