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Solves Tower of Hanoi Problem Recursion - C Program uses recursive function and solves the "Tower of Hanoi". The tower of hanoi is a mathematical puzzle. It consists of threerods, and a number of disks of different sizes which

Code Find the Biggest Number in an Array - C Program to find the 'Biggest Number' in an array of numbers using recursion. C Program example printing the "Largest Number" in an unsorted array of elements 'Using Recursion'.

Takes octal number as input and converts - C Program take a octal number as input and store it in the array octalnumber and using switch statement access each digit of a octal number and print its equivalent binary value

C Program Codes Calculates Electricity Bill - Program to find electricity bill using if else in C. Input unit consumed by customer in some variable say unit and if unit consumed less or equal to 50 units. Then amt = unit * 0.50. Unit

C Number of Occurrences of an Element in - Code Count the number of Occurrences of an element in the linked list using recursion. This C Program uses recursive function & finds the occurrence for an element in an Unsorted list.

2d example insertion sort [linked list] in C - C program code to 2d example insertion sort [linked list]. Insert a node directly at the right place in the linked list. Insert some numbers into the linked list. Print the list. Free the list

Matrix Multiplications Mutiply 2 Matrices - Column number of first matrix must be same as the row number of second matrix. Initialize matrix. Print values of the passed matrix and mutiply two matrices and return the resultant

Checking Singly Linked List is Palindrome - C Program checks whether the Singly Linked list is a palindrome. A Palindrome is a Pattern in List in which the contents when read from front is the same as when read from last. So