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Introduction We will create an example on queue using linked list in C program. A queue like a stack is another special type of ordered list. In queue insertion operations are permitted at one end of the list and deletion operations are performed at the other end of the list. The end where insertion operations…

Introduction We will see how to create stack using linked list in C program. Stack is a special kind of linear list. Linear list is an ordered collection of a number of items of the same type. Two operations are performed frequently from linear list – insertion and deletion. A stack is a linear list…

Introduction In this post we will create doubly linked list example using C program. This example shows how to create, insert, append, remove nodes in doubly linked list using C program. We will use here Structure, which is a composite data type, in which we can define all data types under the same name or…

Introduction This example shows how to create, insert, append, remove nodes in singly linked list example using C program. We will use here Structure, which is a composite data type, in which we can define all data types under the same name or object. Size of the Structure is determined by computing the size of…

Introduction This example will show you how to compute transpose of a matrix in C program. In this example a user will be asked to enter the number of rows and columns for matrices. Then user will be asked to enter the elements at each index of the matrix. A matrix has to be square…

This example will show you how to multiply two matrices using two dimensional array in C program. In this example we will ask user to enter the number of rows and columns for two matrices. Then we will also ask user to enter the elements at each index of two matrices. Here we will see…

Introduction This example will show you how to add two matrices using two dimensional array in C program. In this example a user will be asked to enter the number of rows and columns for two matrices. Then user will be asked to enter the elements at each index of the matrices. Once user finishes…

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