### Problem Solving Skills using C : Build Your Logic

IT & Software

English

Description

The Course focuses on on problem solving skills using C programming. The course is helpful for building your logic.

The Course demonstrates step by step implementation of code for 50+ interesting problem statements. Some problem statements are mentioned below -

1. Check whether given character is in upper case or lower case.

2. Find the maximum number among given three numbers.

3. Check whether user entered character is vowel or consonant.

4. Perform aritmetic operations (+,-,*, and /) on given two numbers. Ask user which operation to perform.

5. Print the all odd number from 1 to 100 using different loops.

6. Print 1 to 10 Tables.

7. Find factorial of given number (using loop)

8. Find factorial of number using Recursion.

9. Check if given year is leap year or not.

10. Check if given number is Prime number or not

11. Display Fibonacii series (using iteration) Display Fibonacii series (using recursion)

12. Find average of 5 numbers using Arrays.

13. Search if given number is present in the Array (Linear Search)

14. Find smallest number from given Array.

15. Display transpose of 2 dimensional matrix.

16. Find sum of diagonal elements in the Matrix

17. Perform addition of 2 dimensional matrices

18. Perform multiplication of 2 dimensional matrices

19. Find length of given string

20. Find string length using recursion

21. Check if given two strings are equal

22. Copy one string into another string

23. Reverse given string Reverse given string (using recursion)

24. Delete all occurrences of given character from the string.

25. Find sum of digits of given number

26. Find Generic Root of given number

27. Reverse given number

28. Check if given number is Palindrome number or not

29. Check if given number is Armstrong number or not

30. Check if given number is Strong number or not

31. Check if given number is Perfect number or not

32. Swap values of 2 variables without using 3rd variable

33. Swap values of 2 variables using Bitwise Operators

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