Author: M. Saqib

Graphical Scientific Calculator with Advance Features

This is a C implementation of basic and few advance scientific features of calculator. It shows a nice graphical UI of the calculator with 3D buttons and demonstrates click button animation functionality. The functionalities of the calculator includes: Basic Mathematics (Add, Subtract, Multiply and Divide), Advance Mathematics (Square root, Square, Cube), Logarithmic Functions (Log, Natural Log (ln), e, Exponential), Number Conversions (Binary, Decimal, Hexadecimal and Octal), Trigonometric Functions (Sine, Cosine, Tangent, Cotangent, Secant and Cosecant), Angle Measurement (Degree, Radia and Gradian), Other Functions (Memory, Pi and Inv).

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Multiplication of Two Matrices in C

This C code multiplies two 2×2 matrices. It prompts the user to input values for both matrices, displays the input matrices, performs matrix multiplication using nested loops, and then prints the resulting matrix. The code adheres to modern C standards, using printf and scanf for I/O and avoiding outdated functions for better readability and compatibility.

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Different ways to initialize an array in C Programming

In C, an array can be initialized using aggregates, which are a collection of values enclosed in braces ({}) and separated by commas. Another way to initialize array by using a loop which allows you to set the initial values of an array using a more flexible and dynamic approach. The basic idea is to use a loop to assign values to each element of the array based on some condition or calculation.

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