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Code Finds Area & Circumference of Circle - C Program code to find area & circumference of circle. In this program we have to calculate the area and circumference of the circle. Two formulas for finding Circumference and Area

Example Sort an Array in decending order - C Programming example code to sort an array in decending order. Enter number of data (maximum 100). Enter data (in integer). Your array in decending order is as follows:

Counts Leading Zeros in a Binary Number - C program code input any number from user and find total number of leading zeros of the given number. How to find total leading zeros of a given number (in binary representation)

C Using Continue in While Loop statement - When using while or do-while loop you need to place an increment, decrement statement just above the continue so that counter value is changed for the next iteration. if we do not

Generate Perfect Numbers in given Range - C Program Code to print all Perfect Numbers between 1 to n. A Perfect number is a positive integer which is equal to the sum of its proper positive divisors. Input upper limit from user

Check Prime, Armstrong, Perfect Number - C First give a meaningful name to our prime checking function say isPrime() function will check a number for prime. Since our function checks a number for prime condition. Hence

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...

Encode the String Display Encoded Strings - Read a 'five-letter' Word into the pc, and then encode the word on a letter-by-letter basis by subtracting 30 from the Numerical value that is used to represent each Letter. Thus if ASCII