Posts by Saksham Agarwal

Author Biographical Info: Not available

C++ program to find the depth of a N-ary Tree

By Saksham Agarwal

In this blog, today we’ll try to find the maximum depth of an array given an N-ary Tree in C++. WHAT IS AN N-ARY TREE? An N-ary Tree is a tree in which every vertex has no mo.... Read More

How to add YouTube Vidoes using HTML

By Saksham Agarwal

Hey everyone, in this blog we’ll see how we can add Youtube videos to our HTML page. So for this, you must know about 2 things: Youtube video ID iframe tag (recommended) NOTE.... Read More

Interactive Quiz Project in JavaScript

By Saksham Agarwal

In this blog, we’ll be eying to create an interactive quiz using JavaScript, HTML and CSS. First things first we need to set up our HTML document for our Interactive quiz and.... Read More

Check if Hamiltonian Cycle exists in a graph using Python

By Saksham Agarwal

In this blog, we will find whether a graph contains a Hamiltonian cycle or not in Python What does one mean by a Hamiltonian path/cycle? A hamiltonian path refers to a path that pa.... Read More

How to Create a Link to Jump to a Specific Part of a Page in HTML CSS

By Saksham Agarwal

In this blog, we’ll see how we can add a Link To Jump to Different Parts of a page in HTML. For CSS, I’ll be using a very widely used CSS library called Bootstrap. I.... Read More

How to Count Inversions using program in Python

By Saksham Agarwal

In this blog, today we’ll try to count the number of inversions in an array in Python. Generally, There are many ways to count the number of inversion pairs in an array but In th.... Read More

Implementation of Pigeonhole Sort in C++

By Saksham Agarwal

In this blog, we’ll be talking about how to implement PigeonHole Sort in C++. PigeonHole Sort Pigeon Hole algorithm is a nice algorithm to use when the number of elements is .... Read More

Shortest path in an unweighted graph in Python with Diagram

By Saksham Agarwal

In this blog, we’ll see how we can find the shortest path in an unweighted graph in Python. Ex: Now there are many ways you can tackle this problem. You can use the Bellman-F.... Read More

Related Posts