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SlideSet_4_Arraysnew.pdf

The document discusses arrays in C programming. Some key points include:
- An array is a collection of variables of the same type referred to by a common name. Each element has an index and arrays use contiguous memory locations.
- Arrays are declared with the type, name, and size. The first element is at index 0.
- One-dimensional arrays can be initialized, accessed, input from and output to the user. Multidimensional arrays like 2D arrays represent tables with rows and columns.
- Arrays can be passed to functions by passing the entire array or individual elements. Operations like searching, sorting and merging can be performed on arrays.

unit-2-dsa.pptx

The document discusses arrays in C programming. It defines key concepts like array representation, index starting from 0, memory representation of arrays, and address calculation of array elements. It also covers various array operations like creation, copying, deletion, insertion, sorting, and representation of arrays as abstract data types. Multidimensional arrays and their row-major and column-major representations are explained along with examples.

Unit 2 dsa LINEAR DATA STRUCTURE

The document discusses linear data structures using sequential organization. It begins by defining sequential access and linear data structures. Linear data structures traverse elements sequentially, with direct access to only one element. Examples given are arrays and linked lists. The document then focuses on arrays, providing definitions and discussing array representation in memory, basic array operations like traversal and searching, and multi-dimensional arrays. Two-dimensional and three-dimensional arrays are explained with examples.

Sorting programs

The document contains code for implementing various sorting algorithms in C including heapsort, quicksort, insertion sort, bubble sort, selection sort, and merge sort. For each algorithm, the code is provided to sort an integer array, take user input for the array elements, run the sorting algorithm, and output the sorted array. Sample outputs are also provided showing the input and sorted output arrays for each algorithm.

Array.ppt

Arrays are linear arrangements of elements of the same type stored in contiguous memory locations. An array must be declared with the maximum number of elements. Elements are accessed using indexes from 0 to size-1. Arrays can be passed to functions, but the array itself is not copied. Common array operations include insertion, deletion, retrieval of elements, and traversing the entire array.

Array.ppt

Arrays are linear arrangements of elements of the same type stored in contiguous memory locations. An array must be declared with the maximum number of elements. Elements are accessed using indexes from 0 to size-1. Arrays can be passed to functions, but the array itself is not copied. Common array operations include insertion, deletion, retrieval of elements, and traversing the entire array.

Java programs - bubble sort, iterator, linked list, hash set, reverse string,...

Java programs - bubble sort, iterator, linked list, hash set, reverse string,...Sunil Kumar Gunasekaran

The document contains 11 Java programming assignments involving arrays and strings:
1. Sorting an integer array using bubble sort
2. Printing only odd numbers from an integer array
3. Moving all even numbers to the beginning of an integer array
4. Finding unique numbers and occurrences of duplicates in an array
5. Checking if an integer array matches the Fibonacci series
6. Checking if an integer array is a palindrome
7. Finding unique words in a string
8. Reversing a string
9. Reversing each word in a string separately
10. Reversing the lines when writing a file
11. Creating a Java program with APIs for database SELECT and UPDATE operationsQA Auotmation Java programs,theory

The document contains 17 Java code snippets that provide solutions to common programming problems and examples. Some of the problems addressed include: reversing an integer, checking if two words are anagrams, palindrome checking, merging two sorted arrays, left rotation of an array, sorting an array of 0s, 1s and 2s, counting character occurrences in a string, factorial, Fibonacci series, prime number checking, bubble sort, and substring searching. The code snippets provide full programs or methods to solve each problem in 1-5 steps or lines of code each.

SlideSet_4_Arraysnew.pdf

The document discusses arrays in C programming. Some key points include:
- An array is a collection of variables of the same type referred to by a common name. Each element has an index and arrays use contiguous memory locations.
- Arrays are declared with the type, name, and size. The first element is at index 0.
- One-dimensional arrays can be initialized, accessed, input from and output to the user. Multidimensional arrays like 2D arrays represent tables with rows and columns.
- Arrays can be passed to functions by passing the entire array or individual elements. Operations like searching, sorting and merging can be performed on arrays.

unit-2-dsa.pptx

The document discusses arrays in C programming. It defines key concepts like array representation, index starting from 0, memory representation of arrays, and address calculation of array elements. It also covers various array operations like creation, copying, deletion, insertion, sorting, and representation of arrays as abstract data types. Multidimensional arrays and their row-major and column-major representations are explained along with examples.

Unit 2 dsa LINEAR DATA STRUCTURE

The document discusses linear data structures using sequential organization. It begins by defining sequential access and linear data structures. Linear data structures traverse elements sequentially, with direct access to only one element. Examples given are arrays and linked lists. The document then focuses on arrays, providing definitions and discussing array representation in memory, basic array operations like traversal and searching, and multi-dimensional arrays. Two-dimensional and three-dimensional arrays are explained with examples.

Sorting programs

The document contains code for implementing various sorting algorithms in C including heapsort, quicksort, insertion sort, bubble sort, selection sort, and merge sort. For each algorithm, the code is provided to sort an integer array, take user input for the array elements, run the sorting algorithm, and output the sorted array. Sample outputs are also provided showing the input and sorted output arrays for each algorithm.

Array.ppt

Arrays are linear arrangements of elements of the same type stored in contiguous memory locations. An array must be declared with the maximum number of elements. Elements are accessed using indexes from 0 to size-1. Arrays can be passed to functions, but the array itself is not copied. Common array operations include insertion, deletion, retrieval of elements, and traversing the entire array.

Java programs - bubble sort, iterator, linked list, hash set, reverse string,...

Java programs - bubble sort, iterator, linked list, hash set, reverse string,...Sunil Kumar Gunasekaran

The document contains 11 Java programming assignments involving arrays and strings:
1. Sorting an integer array using bubble sort
2. Printing only odd numbers from an integer array
3. Moving all even numbers to the beginning of an integer array
4. Finding unique numbers and occurrences of duplicates in an array
5. Checking if an integer array matches the Fibonacci series
6. Checking if an integer array is a palindrome
7. Finding unique words in a string
8. Reversing a string
9. Reversing each word in a string separately
10. Reversing the lines when writing a file
11. Creating a Java program with APIs for database SELECT and UPDATE operationsQA Auotmation Java programs,theory

The document contains 17 Java code snippets that provide solutions to common programming problems and examples. Some of the problems addressed include: reversing an integer, checking if two words are anagrams, palindrome checking, merging two sorted arrays, left rotation of an array, sorting an array of 0s, 1s and 2s, counting character occurrences in a string, factorial, Fibonacci series, prime number checking, bubble sort, and substring searching. The code snippets provide full programs or methods to solve each problem in 1-5 steps or lines of code each.

6_Array.pptx

This document provides information on arrays in Java. It begins by defining an array as a collection of similar data types that can store values of a homogeneous type. Arrays must specify their size at declaration and use zero-based indexing. The document then discusses single dimensional arrays, how to declare and initialize them, and how to set and access array elements. It also covers multi-dimensional arrays, providing syntax for declaration and initialization. Examples are given for creating, initializing, accessing, and printing array elements. The document concludes with examples of searching arrays and performing operations on two-dimensional arrays like matrix addition and multiplication.

C programs

The program takes input of the order of a square matrix and its elements. It prints the elements of the matrix. It then calculates the trace of the matrix by adding the elements along the principal diagonal and prints the trace. The matrix elements are freed at the end.

Arrays 06.ppt

This document discusses arrays in C programming. It begins with an introduction to arrays as structures for storing related data items of the same type. It then covers key topics like declaring and initializing arrays, passing arrays to functions, and sorting and searching arrays. Examples are provided to demonstrate array concepts like initializing character arrays for strings, passing an entire array versus individual elements to functions, and using arrays to calculate the mean, median, and mode of a data set. Functions are defined to implement sorting, searching, and calculating statistical values on arrays.

DSC program.pdf

This document provides C programs to implement various data structures and algorithms. It is divided into two parts. Part A includes programs to find GCD using recursion, generate Pascal's triangle using binomial coefficients, find Fibonacci numbers recursively, implement Towers of Hanoi recursively, find the largest and smallest element in an array, write even and odd numbers to separate files, store student records in a file, and sort city names alphabetically. Part B includes programs to sort arrays using insertion, quick, merge, selection and bubble sort and perform linear and binary searches recursively. It also includes programs to implement stacks, queues, linked lists and binary trees.

2DArrays.ppt

computer dataA computer is a machine that can be programmed to carry out sequences of arithmetic or logical operations (computation) automatically. Modern digital electronic computers can perform generic sets of operations known as programs. These programs enable computers to perform a wide range of tasks. A computer system is a nominally complete computer that includes the hardware, operating system (main software), and peripheral equipment needed and used for full operation. This term may also refer to a group of computers that are linked and function together, such as a computer network or computer cluster.
A broad range of industrial and consumer products use computers as control systems. Simple special-purpose devices like microwave ovens and remote controls are included, as are factory devices like industrial robots and computer-aided design, as well as general-purpose devices like personal computers and mobile devices like smartphones. Computers power the Internet, which links billions of other computers and users.
Early computers were meant to be used only for calculations. Simple manual instruments like the abacus have aided people in doing calculations since ancient times. Early in the Industrial Revolution, some mechanical devices were built to automate long, tedious tasks, such as guiding patterns for looms. More sophisticated electrical machines did specialized analog calculations in the early 20th century. The first digital electronic calculating machines were developed during World War II. The first semiconductor transistors in the late 1940s were followed by the silicon-based MOSFET (MOS transistor) and monolithic integrated circuit chip technologies in the late 1950s, leading to the microprocessor and the microcomputer revolution in the 1970s. The speed, power and versatility of computers have been increasing dramatically ever since then, with transistor counts increasing at a rapid pace (as predicted by Moore's law), leading to the Digital Revolution during the late 20th to early 21st centuries.

DAA Lab Work.docx

The document describes code for four sorting algorithms: insertion sort, selection sort, merge sort, and heap sort. For each algorithm, it provides the code, explains the algorithm's approach for sorting an array, and includes a main function that takes user input for an array and prints the sorted output.

Sorting and Searching in Array.pptx

The document describes how to search for the smallest element in an array and how to sort array elements in ascending order. It initializes arrays, uses for loops to iterate through the arrays, compares element values, and prints outputs to find the minimum value or sort the arrays from lowest to highest.

1sequences and sampling. Suppose we went to sample the x-axis from X.pdf

1sequences and sampling. Suppose we went to sample the x-axis from Xmin to Xmax using a
step size of step
A)Draw a picture of what is going on.
B) Write a expression for n the total number of samples involved (in terms of Xmin, Xmax and
step)
C) Write out the sequence of x-samples
D) Write a direct and general expression for xi that captures the sequence
E) Write a recursive expression for the sequence
F) Write a program to compute and store the x-samples over the range -5x5 using a step size of
0.1 do everything in main ()
2 . We talked about the following string functions that are available in C (as long as you include
string.h):
int strlen(char str[])
void strcpy(char str1[], char str2[])
void strcat(char str1[], str2[])
Write your own versions of these functions; for example: int paul_strlen(int char str[]). Hint: for
your version of the strlen function, start at the first character in the array and keep counting until
you find the ‘\\0’ character (use a while loop for this). Note: Use your version of the strlen
function in the strcpy and strcat functions.
9. We want to insert a number into an array.
(a) Formulate the problem mathematically with two sequences: x and y. (b) Write a function of
the form:
insertNumIntoArray(int n, int array[], int num, int index)
The function inserts num into the array at the specified index. The rest of the array then follows.
For example, if num = 9 and index = 3 and array = [7 2 8 8 3 1 2] then the function will produce:
array = [7 2 8 9 8 3 1 2]
Note: assume that array is properly dimensioned to have at least 1 extra space for storage.
10. Repeat #2 by for the delete operation; that is, we want to delete a single element (at a
specified index) from an array; for example, suppose index = 3 and array = [50 70 10 90 60 20],
then the result will be
array: [50 70 10 60 20]
11. Repeat #2 by for an insert operation where we are inserting several values into the array. The
function should be of the form:
int insertArrayIntoArray(int n, int inArray[],
int nInsert, int insertArray[], int outArray[], int index)
The dimension of outArray is returned (explicitly). For example:
inArrayarray: [7 2 8 6 3 9]
insertArray: [50 60 70]
index: 2
outArray: [7 2 50 60 70 8 6 3 9]
Assume that outArray is large enough to hold all n + nInsert values.
Solution
#include
//Simulates strlen() library function
int paul_strlen(char str[])
{
int l;
for(l = 0; str[l] != \'\\0\'; l++) ;
return l;
}
//Simulates strcpy() library function
void paul_strcpy(char str1[], char str2[])
{
int c;
for(c = 0; str1[c] != \'\\0\'; c++)
str2[c] = str1[c];
str2[c] = \'\\0\';
printf(\"\ Original String: %s\", str1);
printf(\"\ Copied String: %s\", str2);
}
//Simulates strcat() library function
void paul_strcat(char str1[], char str2[])
{
int i, j;
for(i = 0; str1[i] != \'\\0\'; i++) ;
for (j = 0; str2[j] != \'\\0\'; i++, j++)
{
str1[i] = str2[j];
}
str1[i] = \'\\0\';
printf(\"\ Concatenated String: %s\", str1);
}
int main()
{
char data1[20], data2[20];
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Chapter 6 arrays part-1

This document discusses arrays in C programming. It begins by introducing arrays as structures that store related data items of the same size. It describes how arrays are declared with a name, type, and number of elements. The document provides examples of initializing arrays, accessing array elements, passing arrays to functions, and sorting arrays. It explains that arrays are passed by reference while array elements are passed by value.

Heap sort & bubble sort

Heap sort is described as sorting an array using a heap data structure. It involves building a max heap from the array, moving the largest element to the end of the array after each pass, and sifting down the new root to re-establish the heap property. Bubble sort is described as repeatedly swapping adjacent elements that are in the wrong order until the array is fully sorted. Pseudocode and a C++ program are provided to implement each algorithm.

DSA - Array.pptx

An array is a data structure that can store a fixed number of items of the same type. It supports basic operations like traversal, insertion, deletion, search, and update. Each item in an array is called an element, which is accessed via its numerical index. The document then provides examples of code implementing these array operations in C.

Write a program that obtains the execution time of selection sort, bu.pdf

Write a java program called Question39 that does the following: Gets input for temperature
Utilizing a branching statement: If temperature is 76-100, call method outputHot passing the
temperature input as an argument. If temperature is 0-39, call method outputCold passing the
temperature input as an argument. If temperature is 40 to 75, call method outputJustRight
passing the temperature input as an argument. If temperature is outside these ranges, output
“Temperature outside range” to the screen. Be precise, import modules, include comments,
prologue, etc. as needed.
Solution
Question39.java
import java.util.Scanner;
public class Question39 {
public static void main(String[] args) {
Scanner scan = new Scanner(System.in);
System.out.println(\"Enter temperature: \");
int temp = scan.nextInt();
if(temp >=76 && temp <=100){
outputHot(temp);
}
else if(temp >=0 && temp <=39){
outputCold(temp);
}
else if(temp >=40 && temp <=75){
outputJustRight(temp);
}
else{
System.out.println(\"Temperature outside range\");
}
}
public static void outputHot(int temp){
System.out.println(\"Temperature \"+temp+\" Hot \");
}
public static void outputCold(int temp){
System.out.println(\"Temperature \"+temp+\" Cold \");
}
public static void outputJustRight(int temp){
System.out.println(\"Temperature \"+temp+\" Just Right \");
}
}
Output:
Enter temperature:
45
Temperature 45 Just Right.

Java căn bản - Chapter10

Arrays allow the storage and manipulation of multiple values of the same type. An array stores elements of the same type in a contiguous block of memory with indexes to access each element. One-dimensional arrays are declared with a size and accessed using indexes. Two-dimensional arrays represent tabular data and are accessed using row and column indexes. Arrays of objects allow storing and accessing multiple objects, and their elements can be accessed and manipulated similarly to primitive arrays.

design and analysis of algorithm Lab files

This document contains details of experiments conducted as part of a "Design and Analysis of Algorithm Lab" course. It includes 10 experiments covering algorithms like binary search, heap sort, merge sort, selection sort, insertion sort, quick sort, knapsack problem, travelling salesman problem, minimum spanning tree (using Kruskal's algorithm), and N queen problem (using backtracking). For each experiment, it provides the objective, program code implementation, and result. The document is submitted by a student to their professor for the lab session.

Write a program to implement and test the following sorting algorithm.docx

The document describes implementing and testing three sorting algorithms - insertion sort, heapsort, and shellsort - on arrays of 1,000 and 10,000 elements. It provides code samples to perform each algorithm and print the number of comparisons and item movements for analysis. The sorting algorithms are tested on sample arrays and the sorted output is displayed.

Arrays

An array is a collection of similar data elements that are stored in consecutive memory locations. Each element in an array has an index, starting from 0, that is used to identify it. Arrays can be one-dimensional, two-dimensional, or three-dimensional. Common array operations include traversing elements, inserting/deleting elements, searching for elements, and updating elements.

week-20x

This C program implements quicksort and bubble sort algorithms to sort lists of integers in ascending order. It includes functions to read in and print lists of integers, as well as functions for the sorting algorithms. Quicksort uses partitioning and recursion to sort the list, while bubble sort uses nested for loops to compare and swap adjacent elements.

Data Structures Using C Practical File

Practical File For Data Structures In C Programming Language.
Arrays
Linked Lists
Stacks
Queues
Trees

ch07-arrays.ppt

This document provides an overview of arrays in Java, including how to declare, initialize, access, and manipulate array elements. It discusses key array concepts like indexes, the length field, and for loops for traversing arrays. Examples are provided for common array operations like initialization, accessing elements, and passing arrays as parameters or returning them from methods. Limitations of arrays are also covered.

Ada file

The document contains 8 questions related to data structures and algorithms in C programming. Question 1 asks to write a program to search a number from a list using linear and binary search. Question 2 asks to write a program to search a number recursively using binary search. Question 3 asks to write a program to find the factorial of a number recursively and non-recursively and compare performance. The remaining questions ask to write programs for sorting, matrix multiplication using Strassen's algorithm, minimum spanning tree using Kruskal's algorithm, and other algorithms.

Data structure.ppt

Hi everyone i hope you will be fine plz support me i hope you well statisfied with this slide and course.

data structure 9.pptx

Hi everyone i hope you will be fine plz support me i hope you well statisfied with this slide and course.

6_Array.pptx

This document provides information on arrays in Java. It begins by defining an array as a collection of similar data types that can store values of a homogeneous type. Arrays must specify their size at declaration and use zero-based indexing. The document then discusses single dimensional arrays, how to declare and initialize them, and how to set and access array elements. It also covers multi-dimensional arrays, providing syntax for declaration and initialization. Examples are given for creating, initializing, accessing, and printing array elements. The document concludes with examples of searching arrays and performing operations on two-dimensional arrays like matrix addition and multiplication.

C programs

The program takes input of the order of a square matrix and its elements. It prints the elements of the matrix. It then calculates the trace of the matrix by adding the elements along the principal diagonal and prints the trace. The matrix elements are freed at the end.

Arrays 06.ppt

This document discusses arrays in C programming. It begins with an introduction to arrays as structures for storing related data items of the same type. It then covers key topics like declaring and initializing arrays, passing arrays to functions, and sorting and searching arrays. Examples are provided to demonstrate array concepts like initializing character arrays for strings, passing an entire array versus individual elements to functions, and using arrays to calculate the mean, median, and mode of a data set. Functions are defined to implement sorting, searching, and calculating statistical values on arrays.

DSC program.pdf

This document provides C programs to implement various data structures and algorithms. It is divided into two parts. Part A includes programs to find GCD using recursion, generate Pascal's triangle using binomial coefficients, find Fibonacci numbers recursively, implement Towers of Hanoi recursively, find the largest and smallest element in an array, write even and odd numbers to separate files, store student records in a file, and sort city names alphabetically. Part B includes programs to sort arrays using insertion, quick, merge, selection and bubble sort and perform linear and binary searches recursively. It also includes programs to implement stacks, queues, linked lists and binary trees.

2DArrays.ppt

computer dataA computer is a machine that can be programmed to carry out sequences of arithmetic or logical operations (computation) automatically. Modern digital electronic computers can perform generic sets of operations known as programs. These programs enable computers to perform a wide range of tasks. A computer system is a nominally complete computer that includes the hardware, operating system (main software), and peripheral equipment needed and used for full operation. This term may also refer to a group of computers that are linked and function together, such as a computer network or computer cluster.
A broad range of industrial and consumer products use computers as control systems. Simple special-purpose devices like microwave ovens and remote controls are included, as are factory devices like industrial robots and computer-aided design, as well as general-purpose devices like personal computers and mobile devices like smartphones. Computers power the Internet, which links billions of other computers and users.
Early computers were meant to be used only for calculations. Simple manual instruments like the abacus have aided people in doing calculations since ancient times. Early in the Industrial Revolution, some mechanical devices were built to automate long, tedious tasks, such as guiding patterns for looms. More sophisticated electrical machines did specialized analog calculations in the early 20th century. The first digital electronic calculating machines were developed during World War II. The first semiconductor transistors in the late 1940s were followed by the silicon-based MOSFET (MOS transistor) and monolithic integrated circuit chip technologies in the late 1950s, leading to the microprocessor and the microcomputer revolution in the 1970s. The speed, power and versatility of computers have been increasing dramatically ever since then, with transistor counts increasing at a rapid pace (as predicted by Moore's law), leading to the Digital Revolution during the late 20th to early 21st centuries.

DAA Lab Work.docx

The document describes code for four sorting algorithms: insertion sort, selection sort, merge sort, and heap sort. For each algorithm, it provides the code, explains the algorithm's approach for sorting an array, and includes a main function that takes user input for an array and prints the sorted output.

Sorting and Searching in Array.pptx

The document describes how to search for the smallest element in an array and how to sort array elements in ascending order. It initializes arrays, uses for loops to iterate through the arrays, compares element values, and prints outputs to find the minimum value or sort the arrays from lowest to highest.

1sequences and sampling. Suppose we went to sample the x-axis from X.pdf

1sequences and sampling. Suppose we went to sample the x-axis from Xmin to Xmax using a
step size of step
A)Draw a picture of what is going on.
B) Write a expression for n the total number of samples involved (in terms of Xmin, Xmax and
step)
C) Write out the sequence of x-samples
D) Write a direct and general expression for xi that captures the sequence
E) Write a recursive expression for the sequence
F) Write a program to compute and store the x-samples over the range -5x5 using a step size of
0.1 do everything in main ()
2 . We talked about the following string functions that are available in C (as long as you include
string.h):
int strlen(char str[])
void strcpy(char str1[], char str2[])
void strcat(char str1[], str2[])
Write your own versions of these functions; for example: int paul_strlen(int char str[]). Hint: for
your version of the strlen function, start at the first character in the array and keep counting until
you find the ‘\\0’ character (use a while loop for this). Note: Use your version of the strlen
function in the strcpy and strcat functions.
9. We want to insert a number into an array.
(a) Formulate the problem mathematically with two sequences: x and y. (b) Write a function of
the form:
insertNumIntoArray(int n, int array[], int num, int index)
The function inserts num into the array at the specified index. The rest of the array then follows.
For example, if num = 9 and index = 3 and array = [7 2 8 8 3 1 2] then the function will produce:
array = [7 2 8 9 8 3 1 2]
Note: assume that array is properly dimensioned to have at least 1 extra space for storage.
10. Repeat #2 by for the delete operation; that is, we want to delete a single element (at a
specified index) from an array; for example, suppose index = 3 and array = [50 70 10 90 60 20],
then the result will be
array: [50 70 10 60 20]
11. Repeat #2 by for an insert operation where we are inserting several values into the array. The
function should be of the form:
int insertArrayIntoArray(int n, int inArray[],
int nInsert, int insertArray[], int outArray[], int index)
The dimension of outArray is returned (explicitly). For example:
inArrayarray: [7 2 8 6 3 9]
insertArray: [50 60 70]
index: 2
outArray: [7 2 50 60 70 8 6 3 9]
Assume that outArray is large enough to hold all n + nInsert values.
Solution
#include
//Simulates strlen() library function
int paul_strlen(char str[])
{
int l;
for(l = 0; str[l] != \'\\0\'; l++) ;
return l;
}
//Simulates strcpy() library function
void paul_strcpy(char str1[], char str2[])
{
int c;
for(c = 0; str1[c] != \'\\0\'; c++)
str2[c] = str1[c];
str2[c] = \'\\0\';
printf(\"\ Original String: %s\", str1);
printf(\"\ Copied String: %s\", str2);
}
//Simulates strcat() library function
void paul_strcat(char str1[], char str2[])
{
int i, j;
for(i = 0; str1[i] != \'\\0\'; i++) ;
for (j = 0; str2[j] != \'\\0\'; i++, j++)
{
str1[i] = str2[j];
}
str1[i] = \'\\0\';
printf(\"\ Concatenated String: %s\", str1);
}
int main()
{
char data1[20], data2[20];
pri.

Chapter 6 arrays part-1

This document discusses arrays in C programming. It begins by introducing arrays as structures that store related data items of the same size. It describes how arrays are declared with a name, type, and number of elements. The document provides examples of initializing arrays, accessing array elements, passing arrays to functions, and sorting arrays. It explains that arrays are passed by reference while array elements are passed by value.

Heap sort & bubble sort

Heap sort is described as sorting an array using a heap data structure. It involves building a max heap from the array, moving the largest element to the end of the array after each pass, and sifting down the new root to re-establish the heap property. Bubble sort is described as repeatedly swapping adjacent elements that are in the wrong order until the array is fully sorted. Pseudocode and a C++ program are provided to implement each algorithm.

DSA - Array.pptx

An array is a data structure that can store a fixed number of items of the same type. It supports basic operations like traversal, insertion, deletion, search, and update. Each item in an array is called an element, which is accessed via its numerical index. The document then provides examples of code implementing these array operations in C.

Write a program that obtains the execution time of selection sort, bu.pdf

Write a java program called Question39 that does the following: Gets input for temperature
Utilizing a branching statement: If temperature is 76-100, call method outputHot passing the
temperature input as an argument. If temperature is 0-39, call method outputCold passing the
temperature input as an argument. If temperature is 40 to 75, call method outputJustRight
passing the temperature input as an argument. If temperature is outside these ranges, output
“Temperature outside range” to the screen. Be precise, import modules, include comments,
prologue, etc. as needed.
Solution
Question39.java
import java.util.Scanner;
public class Question39 {
public static void main(String[] args) {
Scanner scan = new Scanner(System.in);
System.out.println(\"Enter temperature: \");
int temp = scan.nextInt();
if(temp >=76 && temp <=100){
outputHot(temp);
}
else if(temp >=0 && temp <=39){
outputCold(temp);
}
else if(temp >=40 && temp <=75){
outputJustRight(temp);
}
else{
System.out.println(\"Temperature outside range\");
}
}
public static void outputHot(int temp){
System.out.println(\"Temperature \"+temp+\" Hot \");
}
public static void outputCold(int temp){
System.out.println(\"Temperature \"+temp+\" Cold \");
}
public static void outputJustRight(int temp){
System.out.println(\"Temperature \"+temp+\" Just Right \");
}
}
Output:
Enter temperature:
45
Temperature 45 Just Right.

Java căn bản - Chapter10

Arrays allow the storage and manipulation of multiple values of the same type. An array stores elements of the same type in a contiguous block of memory with indexes to access each element. One-dimensional arrays are declared with a size and accessed using indexes. Two-dimensional arrays represent tabular data and are accessed using row and column indexes. Arrays of objects allow storing and accessing multiple objects, and their elements can be accessed and manipulated similarly to primitive arrays.

design and analysis of algorithm Lab files

This document contains details of experiments conducted as part of a "Design and Analysis of Algorithm Lab" course. It includes 10 experiments covering algorithms like binary search, heap sort, merge sort, selection sort, insertion sort, quick sort, knapsack problem, travelling salesman problem, minimum spanning tree (using Kruskal's algorithm), and N queen problem (using backtracking). For each experiment, it provides the objective, program code implementation, and result. The document is submitted by a student to their professor for the lab session.

Write a program to implement and test the following sorting algorithm.docx

The document describes implementing and testing three sorting algorithms - insertion sort, heapsort, and shellsort - on arrays of 1,000 and 10,000 elements. It provides code samples to perform each algorithm and print the number of comparisons and item movements for analysis. The sorting algorithms are tested on sample arrays and the sorted output is displayed.

Arrays

An array is a collection of similar data elements that are stored in consecutive memory locations. Each element in an array has an index, starting from 0, that is used to identify it. Arrays can be one-dimensional, two-dimensional, or three-dimensional. Common array operations include traversing elements, inserting/deleting elements, searching for elements, and updating elements.

week-20x

This C program implements quicksort and bubble sort algorithms to sort lists of integers in ascending order. It includes functions to read in and print lists of integers, as well as functions for the sorting algorithms. Quicksort uses partitioning and recursion to sort the list, while bubble sort uses nested for loops to compare and swap adjacent elements.

Data Structures Using C Practical File

Practical File For Data Structures In C Programming Language.
Arrays
Linked Lists
Stacks
Queues
Trees

ch07-arrays.ppt

This document provides an overview of arrays in Java, including how to declare, initialize, access, and manipulate array elements. It discusses key array concepts like indexes, the length field, and for loops for traversing arrays. Examples are provided for common array operations like initialization, accessing elements, and passing arrays as parameters or returning them from methods. Limitations of arrays are also covered.

Ada file

The document contains 8 questions related to data structures and algorithms in C programming. Question 1 asks to write a program to search a number from a list using linear and binary search. Question 2 asks to write a program to search a number recursively using binary search. Question 3 asks to write a program to find the factorial of a number recursively and non-recursively and compare performance. The remaining questions ask to write programs for sorting, matrix multiplication using Strassen's algorithm, minimum spanning tree using Kruskal's algorithm, and other algorithms.

6_Array.pptx

6_Array.pptx

C programs

C programs

Arrays 06.ppt

Arrays 06.ppt

DSC program.pdf

DSC program.pdf

2DArrays.ppt

2DArrays.ppt

DAA Lab Work.docx

DAA Lab Work.docx

Sorting and Searching in Array.pptx

Sorting and Searching in Array.pptx

1sequences and sampling. Suppose we went to sample the x-axis from X.pdf

1sequences and sampling. Suppose we went to sample the x-axis from X.pdf

Chapter 6 arrays part-1

Chapter 6 arrays part-1

Heap sort & bubble sort

Heap sort & bubble sort

DSA - Array.pptx

DSA - Array.pptx

Write a program that obtains the execution time of selection sort, bu.pdf

Write a program that obtains the execution time of selection sort, bu.pdf

Java căn bản - Chapter10

Java căn bản - Chapter10

design and analysis of algorithm Lab files

design and analysis of algorithm Lab files

Write a program to implement and test the following sorting algorithm.docx

Write a program to implement and test the following sorting algorithm.docx

Arrays

Arrays

week-20x

week-20x

Data Structures Using C Practical File

Data Structures Using C Practical File

ch07-arrays.ppt

ch07-arrays.ppt

Ada file

Ada file

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Data structure.pptx

The document discusses three sorting algorithms - insertion sort, selection sort, and bubble sort. It provides descriptions of the sorting processes for each algorithm along with code examples and characteristics. Videos are also included to demonstrate how each algorithm works through animations of the sorting process.

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The document provides information about data structures and algorithms lectures on link lists and double link lists. It includes code snippets and pseudocode for common operations on both types of linked lists, such as inserting and deleting nodes. For double link lists specifically, it describes the node structure, defines common operations like size, print, search and append, and provides examples of how to implement functions for inserting, deleting and traversing the list.

Data structure.pptx

This document provides an overview of arrays and linked lists as data structures. It discusses arrays, including declaration, initialization, updating elements, and multi-dimensional arrays. It also covers searching arrays, why arrays are needed, pros and cons of arrays, and character strings as arrays. The document then introduces linked lists as a data structure and discusses linked list operations like printing all elements, adding nodes, appending nodes, inserting nodes, and deleting nodes. Homework questions on arrays and linked lists are provided at the end.

Data Structure.pptx

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- The course covers a range of data structures (e.g. arrays, linked lists, trees) and algorithms (e.g. sorting, searching).
- Assessment is based on assignments, quizzes, midterm, and final exam.
- Each week covers a different data structure or algorithm topic, such as arrays, linked lists, sorting, trees, graphs, and shortest paths.
- The course learning objectives are to understand fundamental data structures, analyze time/space complexities, and select appropriate algorithms for applications.

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3:国家专业人才认证中心颁发入库证书
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5:凡事获得留信网入网的信息将会逐步更新到个人身份内，将在公安局网内查询个人身份证信息后，同步读取人才网入库信息
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3、留学人员区块链存储服务
→ 【关于价格问题（保证一手价格）】
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(GenAI with Milvus)
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Discover the potential of real-time streaming in the context of GenAI as we delve into the intricacies of Apache NiFi and its capabilities. Learn how this tool can significantly simplify the data engineering workflow for GenAI applications, allowing you to focus on the creative aspects rather than the technical complexities. I will guide you through practical examples and use cases, showing the impact of automation on prompt building. From data ingestion to transformation and delivery, witness how Apache NiFi streamlines the entire pipeline, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free experience.
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https://www.youtube.com/@FLaNK-Stack
https://medium.com/@tspann
https://www.datainmotion.dev/
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一、工作未确定，回国需先给父母、亲戚朋友看下文凭的情况，办理一份就读学校的毕业证【微信41543339】文凭即可
二、回国进私企、外企、自己做生意的情况，这些单位是不查询毕业证真伪的，而且国内没有渠道去查询国外文凭的真假，也不需要提供真实教育部认证。鉴于此，办理一份毕业证【微信41543339】即可
三、进国企，银行，事业单位，考公务员等等，这些单位是必需要提供真实教育部认证的，办理教育部认证所需资料众多且烦琐，所有材料您都必须提供原件，我们凭借丰富的经验，快捷的绿色通道帮您快速整合材料，让您少走弯路。
留信网认证的作用:
1:该专业认证可证明留学生真实身份
2:同时对留学生所学专业登记给予评定
3:国家专业人才认证中心颁发入库证书
4:这个认证书并且可以归档倒地方
5:凡事获得留信网入网的信息将会逐步更新到个人身份内，将在公安局网内查询个人身份证信息后，同步读取人才网入库信息
6:个人职称评审加20分
7:个人信誉贷款加10分
8:在国家人才网主办的国家网络招聘大会中纳入资料，供国家高端企业选择人才
留信网服务项目：
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2、国（境）学习人员提供就业推荐信服务
3、留学人员区块链存储服务
→ 【关于价格问题（保证一手价格）】
我们所定的价格是非常合理的，而且我们现在做得单子大多数都是代理和回头客户介绍的所以一般现在有新的单子 我给客户的都是第一手的代理价格，因为我想坦诚对待大家 不想跟大家在价格方面浪费时间
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【我们承诺采用的是学校原版纸张（纸质、底色、纹路），我们拥有全套进口原装设备，特殊工艺都是采用不同机器制作，仿真度基本可以达到100%，所有工艺效果都可提前给客户展示，不满意可以根据客户要求进行调整，直到满意为止！】
【业务选择办理准则】
一、工作未确定，回国需先给父母、亲戚朋友看下文凭的情况，办理一份就读学校的毕业证【微信41543339】文凭即可
二、回国进私企、外企、自己做生意的情况，这些单位是不查询毕业证真伪的，而且国内没有渠道去查询国外文凭的真假，也不需要提供真实教育部认证。鉴于此，办理一份毕业证【微信41543339】即可
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ViewShift: Hassle-free Dynamic Policy Enforcement for Every Data Lake

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1:该专业认证可证明留学生真实身份
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3:国家专业人才认证中心颁发入库证书
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7:个人信誉贷款加10分
8:在国家人才网主办的国家网络招聘大会中纳入资料，供国家高端企业选择人才
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2、国（境）学习人员提供就业推荐信服务
3、留学人员区块链存储服务
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The Building Blocks of QuestDB, a Time Series Database

Talk Delivered at Valencia Codes Meetup 2024-06.
Traditionally, databases have treated timestamps just as another data type. However, when performing real-time analytics, timestamps should be first class citizens and we need rich time semantics to get the most out of our data. We also need to deal with ever growing datasets while keeping performant, which is as fun as it sounds.
It is no wonder time-series databases are now more popular than ever before. Join me in this session to learn about the internal architecture and building blocks of QuestDB, an open source time-series database designed for speed. We will also review a history of some of the changes we have gone over the past two years to deal with late and unordered data, non-blocking writes, read-replicas, or faster batch ingestion.

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