2013 Five years Integrated M.Sc.(IT) Semester Fundamentals of Programming


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1 03 Five years Integrated M.Sc.(IT) Semester Fundamentals Programming File should contain. Problem Statement. Algorithm 3. Flowchart. Program in C language(code) 5. Output and sample calculation for all problems given below. Problem definition written in italic and bold font need to solve as practical assignment GROUP  Sr. No. Hou rs Allo cate d Problem Definition Write a C program to display "Hello Computer" on the screen Objective Basic Programmin g and "Printf Function" Write a C program to find the area a circle using the formula. Area = PI * r Write a C program to find the area and volume sphere. Printf and Formulas are Area = *PI*R*R Volume = /3*PI*R*R*R. Scanf functions Write a C program to find the maximum from given three nos. Write a C Program to find that entered year is leap year or not. conditional statement Write a C Program to print a table any number. Write a C program to find the sum digits accepted no. Write a C program to find the sum first 00 natural nos. concept Write a C program to find the sum first 00 odd nos. and loop even nos. Write a C program to display first 5 Fibonacci nos. Write a C program for given below conversions also make user define functions. Octal to binary, Octal to decimal, Octal to hex, Hex to binary, Hex to decimal, Hex to Octal. Write a C program to Display this kind output on screen Write a C program to Display this kind output on screen. Page
2 Write a C program to Display this kind output on screen. 0 0 Write a C program to Display this kind output on screen. 0 0 Write a C Program to find largest two numbers using functions. Write C program using recursion function, Factorial, Prime LCM, Matrix multiplication, Sum digits, Find power, Reverse number, Sum n numbers, Binary search, Decimal Write a C program to Find log and square root first 0 integer no. use arrays to store results. Write C program which are work on Matrix, Division, Transport, Sum diagonal elements, Inverse, Determinants, Lower and Upper triangular problems. Find second largest, Find second smallest, Delete duplicate elements, Delete at desire position, Insert at desire position. Write a C program which works on string, String copy, Find length (using pointer), Concatenation, String to ASCII, Reverse String Write a C program for Simple pointer practical for printing integer and its memory address Write C program which are work on File. Write text and close, Delete a file, Copy from one location to other, Copy data file, Display source code as output, Write string in the file, Know last date modification, Write array in the file, Concatenate two file and write it third, Find size any file. Write C program using recursion function, Factorial, Prime LCM, Matrix multiplication, Sum digits, Find power, Reverse number, Sum n numbers, Binary search, Decimal 03 user define function array and string pointer file Page
3 03 GROUP  Sr. No. Hours Problem Definition Allocated. Write a C program to display Your Name, Address and City in different lines Objective Basic Programmin g and "Printf Function" Write a C Program to find the simple interest. Write a C Program to find gross salary. Printf and Scanf functions Write a C Program to find that entered year is leap year or not. Write a C program to find that the accepted no is Negative, conditional Positive or Zero. statement Write a C program to display first 00 prime nos. Write a C program to find factorial accepted nos. Write a C program to print the accepted no and its reverse concept no. loop Write a C program to find whether the accepted string number is palindrome or not. Write a C program for given below conversions also make user define functions. Octal to binary, Octal to decimal, Octal to hex, Hex to binary, Hex to decimal, Hex to Octal. Write a C program to Display this kind output on screen (in the left the screen) 333 Write a C program to Display this kind output on screen (in the center the screen.) Write a C program to Display this kind output on screen Write a C program to Display this kind output on Page 3
4 screen Write a C Program to find factorial a number using recursion. Write C program using recursion function, Factorial, Prime number, Fibonacci series, GCD, Palindrome, Reverse string, LCM, Matrix multiplication, Sum digits, Find power, Reverse number, Sum n numbers, Binary search, Decimal to binary, Largest element in an array. Write C program which are work on Matrix, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication. Write C program which are work on Matrix, Division, Transport, Sum diagonal elements, Inverse, Determinants, Lower and Upper triangular problems. Find second largest, Find second smallest, Delete duplicate elements, Delete at desire position, Insert at desire position. Write a C program which works on string, String copy, Find length (using pointer), Concatenation, String to ASCII, Reverse String Write a C Program to add two number using pointer. 03 user define function array and string pointer. Write C program which are work on File. Write text and close, Delete a file, Copy from one location to other, Copy data file, Display source code as output, Write string in the file, Know last date modification, Write array in the file file, Concatenate two file and write it third, Find size any file 3. Write C program using recursion function, Factorial, Prime number, Fibonacci series, GCD, Palindrome, Reverse string, LCM, Matrix multiplication, Sum digits, Find power, Reverse number, Sum n numbers, Binary search, Decimal to binary, Largest element in an array. Page
5 03 GROUP  3 Sr. No. 3 Ho Problem Definition Objective urs All oca ted. Write a C program to display Your Name, father name and mother name in different lines. Basic Programmin g and "Printf Function". Write a C Program to calculate sum 5 subjects & find percentage. 3. Write a C program to convert centigrade into Printf and Fahrenheit. Formula : C=(F3)/.8. Scanf functions. Write a C Program to find that entered year is leap year or not. 5. Write a C program to Find the median from given nos. conditional statement. Write a C program to find whether the accepted string number is palindrome or not. 7. Write a C program to find x+x+x3+x+.+xn. concept 8. Write a C program to find +/+/3+/+ +/n!. loop 9. Write a C program to find +/!+/3/!+ +/n!. 0. Write a C program for given below conversions also make user define functions. Binary to decimal, Binary to octal, Binary to hex, Decimal to binary, Decimal to octal, Decimal to hex.. Write a C program for given below conversions also make user define functions. Octal to binary, Octal to decimal, Octal to hex, Hex to binary, Hex to decimal, Hex to Octal.. Write a C program to Display this kind output on screen. * ** *** **** 3. Write a C program to Display this kind output on screen. * * * * * * * * * *. Write a C program to Display this kind output on screen Write a C program to Display this kind output on screen. Page 5
6 Write a C program to Find the NPR, NCR with using User Defined Function. NPR = N!/(NR)!. NCR = N!/(R!*(NR). Write C program using recursion function, Factorial, Prime LCM, Matrix multiplication, Sum digits, Find power, Reverse number, Sum n numbers, Binary search, Decimal Write C program which are work on Matrix, Division, Transport, Sum diagonal elements, Inverse, Determinants, Lower and Upper triangular problems. Find Largest element, Sorting elements. problems. Find second largest, Find second smallest, Delete duplicate elements, Delete at desire position, Insert at desire position. Write a C program which works on string, Upper to Lower, Lower to upper, Print initials, Delete consonants, String palindrome, Sort the characters, Comparison. Write a C program which works on string, String copy, Find length (using pointer), Concatenation, String to ASCII, Reverse String Write a C Program to find the maximum number in array using pointer Write C program which are work on File. Write text and close, Delete a file, Copy from one location to other, Copy data file, Display source code as output, Write string in the file, Know last date modification, Write array in the file, Concatenate two file and write it third, Find size any file 5. Write C program using recursion function, Factorial, Prime LCM, Matrix multiplication, Sum digits, Find power, Reverse number, Sum n numbers, Binary search, Decimal 03 user define function array and string pointer file Page
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