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Using Quick Sort Algorithm in C Language - 'Quicksort' is a divide and Conquer algorithm. 'Pick an element' from the array, this element is called as pivot element, divide the unsorted 'array of elements' in 2 arrays with values less

C Increment every Element of the Array by - C Program increments every element of the array by one & print array. We need to add 1 to all the elemnts of the given array. After adding 1 to all the elements of an array print

Use Infinite While Loops in C++ Language - This Loop would never end as 'decrementing' the value of i which is 1 so the condition i<=6 would never return false. A "While Loop" that never stops is said to be "Infinite While Loop",

Print Natural Number in Reverse in Range - Logic to print Natural Number in reverse in a given range. If you got above logic, then you can easily modify to print natural numbers in reverse in given range. We need to make two

C ++ Access Functions and Encapsulation - In C++ language, Encapsulation is achieved using access specifiers. In encapsulation we make all member variables private, provide public "functions" which allow user to work

Code Print Natural Numbers from 1 to N - Declare c recursive function to print natural numbers in a range. Lets give a meaningful name to function, "printNaturalNumbers()". Next we need to print Natural Numbers in...

C++ Sample Programs Reversing Number - To reverse a number in C++, then you have to ask to the user to enter a number. Now, start reversing that number to find its reverse and then display its reverse on the screen. Make a

Implement Find all Cross Edges in a Graph - This C++ program, "using recursion", displays the number of cross edges in a graph. A cross edge is one in which a node points to another node which has already been fully visited. Int