In computing, C is a general-purpose, block structured, procedural, imperative computer programming language developed in 1972 by Dennis Ritchie at the Bell Telephone Laboratories for use with the Unix operating system.
I know this question has been asked before (see link) but I have a slight twist on it. I want re-construct a binary tree, given the pre-order and inorder traversals. The link below shows...
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This post was posted twice. Wonder how and why.
You are right about exit() being found in stdlib.h. Unfortunately, Turbo C++ does have it and there you have the choice of either stdlib or process.h. I blundered and put process.h instead of stdlib...
I have a code to solve the 1D diffusion equation using the Crank Nicholson method. However, when I try to output my solution values they continually overwrite the previous ones, so I only get values...
sir can u plz send ma code for this
b'coz i dont know much in this
so plz help me
and send it as soon as possible b'coz i had presentation on same
on friday 25th sep.
theory i already read from...
There is no header called process.h in the C language.
exit() is found in stdlib.h