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C program to find the Number of Elements in an Array-Length of an Array in C

Programming languages like Python, Java, PHP, JavaScript etc have predefined functions for finding the length of an array but when it comes to C there is no ready-made function for such operation so in this tutorial we will learn how to find the number of elements present in an array using C.

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Tribonacci Series Program in C and C++

Tribonacci Series is the Successor of Fibonacci Series in which each element is the sum of the previous three consecutive elements.

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Schedule Posting System using PHP and MySQL

In this tutorial, we will learn how to build  Schedule Posting System using PHP and MySQL which will help you to Schedule your post on a specific date and time.

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Top 5 Web Development Books For Beginners

Want to start your Career in the Web Development field then don't worry we will tell you from where to Kick OFF!. In this tutorial, we are listing out the top Books(yeah, books because they are human's most trustworthy friends) which you can read to start learning the Web Development from scratch. So let's see the list.

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Simple AJAX based Navigation System

AJAX is catching up the fire in today's world because of its ability to provide versatility and speed to modern world's web application, In this article, we are going to build an AJAX-based navigation system but before that we are going to look at some basic terms which we are going to use in our code.

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RGB to Hex Conversion and Hex to RGB Conversion in python

In CSS we use three ways to specify the color in the color property, first one using the name second using the hex values and third using the rgb values, now what basically these rgb and hex values are, let's see.

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C program to Implement Booth's Algorithm-Booth's Algorithm in C

Booth's Algorithm is a multiplication algorithm that multiplies two signed binary numbers in two's complement notation. The algorithm was invented by Andrew Donald Booth in 1950 while doing research on crystallography at Birkbeck College in Bloomsbury, London.

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