Posts by Manisha Rathore

Author Biographical Info: Not available

#### Minimum number of steps to reach at the end in C++

By Manisha Rathore

In this tutorial, we will learn how to get the minimum number of steps to reach at the end. In the first place, we will have an integer array where each element represents the maxi.... Read More

#### Count smaller elements on the right side of an array in C++

By Manisha Rathore

In this tutorial, we will learn to count smaller elements on the right side of an array in C++. We will write a function to count elements which are smaller than the current elemen.... Read More

#### Remove characters from the first string that are in the second string in C++

By Manisha Rathore

In this tutorial, we will learn to remove the characters from the string are in the second string in C++. Algorithm: Firstly, there are two input strings. Now initialize input_inde.... Read More

#### Print array-items containing all characters of a word in C++

By Manisha Rathore

In this tutorial, we will learn to print array-items containing all characters of a word in the C++ programming language. We have an array and string and we have to print array ite.... Read More

#### Print the next greater element in C++

By Manisha Rathore

In this tutorial, we will learn how to print the next greater element C++. Then, we have an array and we have to print the next greater element of each element. For Example : Given.... Read More

#### How to find the Angle between the hour hand and minute hand in C++

By Manisha Rathore

In this tutorial, we will learn to get or find the angle between the hour hand and minute hand in C++. Also, we say this problem as analog clock angle problem where we have to find.... Read More

#### Block swap algorithm for rotation of the array

By Manisha Rathore

In this tutorial, we will learn about the block-swap algorithm for rotation of the array in C++. Also, we will have an array and we have to rotate the array by s elements. For Exam.... Read More

#### Move last element to front of a Linked-List in C++

By Manisha Rathore

In this tutorial, we will learn to move last element to front of a linked-list in C++. For Example: If the given linked list is 1->2->3->4->5 Then, the output is 5->.... Read More