## stack and array, Data Structure & Algorithms

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how to implement multiple stack using single dimension array in c

#### How many nodes in a tree have no ancestor, How many nodes in a tree have no...

How many nodes in a tree have no ancestors 1 node in atree have no ancestors.

#### What is a height balanced tree, What is a height balanced tree? Height Ba...

What is a height balanced tree? Height Balanced Tree (AVL Tree) An AVL tree is a binary search tree in which the height of the left and right subtree of the root vary by at most

#### Sequential search of a list is preferred over binary search, What are the c...

What are the conditions under which sequential search of a list is preferred over binary search? Sequential Search is a preferred over binary search when the list is unordered

#### Bubble sort, #question bubble sort..

#question bubble sort..

#### Algo for quicksort, Easy algorithm for beginner for quicksort with explanat...

Easy algorithm for beginner for quicksort with explanation

#### Programme in c to create a single linked list, Q. Write  down a   p...

Q. Write  down a   programme  in  C  to  create  a  single  linked  list also  write the functions to do the following operations (i)  To insert a new node at the end (ii

#### File organisation, File organisation might be described as a method of stor...

File organisation might be described as a method of storing records in file. Also, the subsequent implications approaching these records can be accessed. Given are the factors invo

#### Write an algorithm for binary search., Write an algorithm for binary search...

Write an algorithm for binary search. Algorithm for Binary Search 1.  if (low> high) 2.  return (-1) 3.  Mid = (low + high)/2 4.  if ( X = = a[mid]) 5.  return (mid); 6.

#### 2 way merge sort, merge sort process for an example array {38, 27, 43, 3, 9...

merge sort process for an example array {38, 27, 43, 3, 9, 82, 10}. If we take a closer look at the diagram, we can see that the array is recursively divided in two halves till the

#### Polynomials - represented by using arrays, /* the program accepts two polyn...

/* the program accepts two polynomials as a input & prints the resultant polynomial because of the addition of input polynomials*/ #include void main() { int poly1[  