Free Algorithms textbook – because you never know when you’ll need a different algorithm.

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Free Algorithms textbook – because you never know when you’ll need a different algorithm.

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The last such book I saw was the Seminal work done by Donaly Knuth called – “The Art of Computer Programming”. Volumes 1-3. I would still refer this book to anyone who is interested in this field.

//(c)Yarco; all possible combinations of N-1-nes and K-0-es; enjoy..and..yeh…I //know it’s a crapy code…writen in less than 30 mins though;)))))

#include

#include

#include

#include

void Combinations(int zero,int one);

void Recurs(int zero,int one);

void main()

{ int zero,one;

printf(“Please enter the ammount of zero’s and ones!!!:_)”);

scanf(“%d%d”,&zero,&one);

//Combinations(zero,one);

Recurs(zero,one);

}

void Combinations(int zero,int one)

{ static char *string=(char*)calloc(1,zero one 2),*StartPoint;

int counter,possition=1;

StartPoint=string;

for(counter=0;counter