chr() in Python

By Prince John

In this tutorial, we will learn to use the chr() method which is a built-in function in Python. This function returns a character from an integer that represents the specified Unic.... Read More

How to Count pairs whose products exist in array in C++

By Deepanjan Bose

Hello everyone, in this article, we will learn how to count pairs whose products exist in an array in C++. Also, given an array and we have to count pairs. For Example: Example 1: .... Read More

Implementation of Affine Cipher in Java

By Prachi Paunikar

In this program, we are going to study the Affine Cipher Algorithm that provides us the monopolistic solution of the given input. For this purpose, we are using the Java(core) prog.... Read More

Simplify the directory path in Python

By Sameer Chachiya

In this post, we will learn how to simplify a directory path from absolute to canonical using the Python Programming language. The absolute path is used in UNIX/bash which needs to.... Read More

How to convert a Singly Linked List to an Array in Java

By Shrey Gupta

In this tutorial, we would learn how to convert a singly linked list to an array in Java. Before beginning with the tutorial you must be clear as to what is a singly linked list an.... Read More

Left rotate an array by D places in Java

By Shrey Gupta

Hi, in this tutorial you will learn how to left rotate an Array by D places in JAVA. Before beginning it is better if you are already familiar with the concept of arrays. As we can.... Read More

Container to store Different Object Type in C++

By Tanu Kumari

In this tutorial, we will learn about the Container to store Different Object Type in C++. We will learn about the container to store Different Object Type in a very cool and easy .... Read More

How to use range based for loop in C++?

By Gorakh Chavan

In this post, we will learn about how range-based for loop in C++ works instead of traditional for loops. This range-based loop concept is in works from C++ 11 release. It iterates.... Read More