Archive for May 2014


Data structure is a particular way of storing and organizing information  in a computer  so that it can be retrieved and used most productively. 
Data structures are important for the following reasons:

   1. Data structures are used in almost every program or software        system.
   2. Specific data structures are essential ingredients of many        
Many algorithms apply directly to a specific data structures. When working with certain data structures you need to know how to insert new data, search for a specified item, and deleting a specific item.

Commonly used algorithms include are useful for:
  1. Searching for a particular data item (or record).
  2. Sorting the data. There are many ways to sort data. Simple sorting, Advanced sorting
  3. Iterating through all the items in a data structure. (Visiting each item in turn so as to display it or perform some other action on these items)


1 .  Stack Implementatio Using Array

2.   Stack Implementation (All operations)

3.   Stack Using Linked List

4.   Queue Implementation Using Array

5.   Queue Implementation (All Operation)

6.   Queue Using Linked List

7.   Singly Linear Link List  (All Operation)

8.   Doubly Linear Link List (All Operation)

9.   Addition of Two Polynomial Equaction

10. Infix to Prefix Conversion

11. Infix to Postfix Conversion

12. Implement Evaluation of Postfix

13. Binary Search Tree All Operation)

14. Searching Element of Binary Search Tree

15. Sorting Binary Search Tree

16. Sorting Using Bubble Sort

Sunday, 4 May 2014
Posted by Pratik Badala


C Programs
The C programming language was devised in the early 1970's by Dennis M. Ritchie an employee from Bell Labs (AT&T). In the 1960s Ritchie worked, with several other employees of Bell Labs (AT&T), on a project called Multics.  In 1969 AT&T (Bell Labs) withdrew from the project, because the project could not produce an economically useful system. So the employees of Bell Labs (AT&T) had to search for another project to work on (mainly Dennis M. Ritchie and Ken Thompson).

1.  Print "Hello World"

2. Addition of Two Number

3. Swapping of Two Number within Three Variables

4. Swapping of Two Number without Three Variables

5. Greatest of Three Number

6. Minimum of Three Number

7. Average of Three Number

8. Check Number is Prime and Not-Prime

9. Check Year is Leap and Not-Leap year

10. Check character is Vowel and Consonant

11. Check Number is Positive and Negative

12. Check Number is Arm-strong and Not-Arm-Stong

13. Square of Any Number

14. Area of Circle

15. Count Number by Shifting

16. Left Shifting

17. Print 1 to 10 by(While Loop)

18. Using Switch case

19. Array Select of Ascending order

20. Addition of Two Matrix

21. Multipilication of Two Number

22. Factorial Number

23. Addition of Input Digits

24. Insert a Current Date

25. Check Number is Even and Odd

26. Check Alphabate and Digit

27. All ASCII Code of C Lang.

28. Check Simple Interest

29. Print a Table of User Choice

30. Stop Watch

31. Check Matrix is Uni and Not-Unit Matrix

32. Largest Number of Enter Elements

33. Any String to Change of lower case to Upper Case

Posted by Pratik Badala

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