Jumble word solver again

I have already posted a jumbled word solver written in C language, although what I posted is actually become old, as I have changed some of the things in the code. I will update the post with this (hope to update!) with the new changes, but before it I would like to post the the same stuff in other languages and with different datastructure. Recently I am learning Perl and brushing up C++, therefore I will post jumble word solver written in C++ and Perl in this post.
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Check if a string is rotation of another

There are two strings. We need to find if one string is a rotation of the other. If yes then how many places it was rotated. The solution is pretty straightforward. I will describe two ways in this post. Continue reading “Check if a string is rotation of another”

Plot histogram in terminal

We had assignments to print “*”s in different formation in undergraduate class, which I never liked as they were pointless. Now I got a somewhat justifiable application, plot histogram in terminal. In the last post Generating random numbers from Normal distribution in C I posted the C code to generate random numbers from the Normal distribution using the Polar method. In this post I am posting a simple code to plot the histogram of generated random numbers from this or any other distribution. Let me first post the code and then explain what is going on. Continue reading “Plot histogram in terminal”

C LANGUAGE UERS! Y U NO SEE STANDARDS!

C LANGUAGE USERS! Y U NO SEE STANDARDS!
C LANGUAGE USERS!
Y U NO SEE STANDARDS!

I had to make this. There are people who give a damn to the standards and follow the stone age Turbo C 3.1 compiler, run programs compiled by it. In the cases for compiler dependent and undefined behaviours, they try to guess in some way why the output was like that and get into a conclusion. Continue reading “C LANGUAGE UERS! Y U NO SEE STANDARDS!”