Day 2: Addition Program In C

Addition Program In C Or Sum Of Two Numbers,This Is A 'C' Program For Sum Of Two Numbers #include<stdio.h> #include<conio.h> void main() { int a,b; clrcsr(); printf("Enter Any Two Integers : "); scanf("%d%d",&a,&b); printf("sum of %d and %d is %d",a,b,(a+b)); getch(); }   Output Enter Any Two Integers: a=5 b=6 The sum of 5 and 6 is 11   scanf("%d%d",&a,&b); Statement Reads Integer Values From The Console And Stores

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Day 1: C Programming Language

C Programming Language Is Considered As The Base For Other Programming Languages, That Is Why The Reason C Programming Language Is Called As " Mother Language ". C Programming Language Is Also Known As System Programming Language Procedure Oriented Programming Language Structural Programming Language Mid-Level Programming Language   Features Of C Language  C Programming

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Open Shortest Path First: OSPF

Examples From The Internet Are, Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) And Intermediate System To Intermediate System (IS-IS) Routing Protocols Link Costs Can Be Configured In OSPF Possible Link Costs Include: (a) I For Each Link (b) Reliability: Assigned By Administrator, Indicates How Often The Link Fails. (c) Packet Delay (d) Link Bandwidth (e) Financial Cost Of

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Dijkstra’s Algorithm

Dijkstra's Algorithm Builds The Shortest Path Spanning Tree For The Router. Such A Tree Has A Route To All Possible Destinations And No Loops. Router Running Algorithm Is The Root Of Its Shortest Path Spanning Tree. Even If All Routers Link State Databases Are Identical, Trees Determined By The Routers Are Different(

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Hierarchical Routing Algorithm

Hierarchical Routing Algorithm Is An Adaptive Algorithm. One Of The Primary And Fundamental Issues Regarding Routing Is Scaling. As A Network Becomes Larger, The Amount Of Information That Must Be Propagated Increases, The Routing Calculation Becomes Increasingly Expensive. Obviously, There Are Limits To How Big Network Can Be. Hierarchical Routing Is An Approach

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Multipath Routing

Multipath Routing  In Algorithms, It Can Be Assumed That There Is A Single Best Path Between Any Pair Of Nodes(Routers) And That's All Traffic Between Them Should Use It. In Many Networks However There Can Be Several Paths Between Pairs Of Nodes(Routers) That Are Almost Equally Good. Sometimes In Oder To

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Routing Algorithms

We Already Learnt About Routers. In This Topic, We Will Know How The Data Transmission Between Routers Takes Place And How Routing Algorithms Helps In Transmitting Data Packets From One Router To Another Router. A Router Consists On Two Process Inside It. One Process Forwards The Incoming Data Packets To Other Routers Through

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Router

Routers - Router Does Exactly What Its Name Implies. A Router Is A Device That Routes And Forwards Data(Packets) From One Network To Another Network Based On Their IP Address. When The Data Packet Is Received By The Router, The Router Inspects The Packet And Determines If The Packet Is Meant For Its

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IPv4 And IPv6

IPv4 And IPv6 Are The Versions Of IP Addresses. Full Form Of IP Is Internet Protocol. Internet Protocol Address Is A Numeric Address. It Is A Identifier For A Computer Or A Device On A Network. Every Device Has To Have An Internet Protocol Address (IP Address) For Communication Purposes. IP Address Consists

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Switching

Hub, Switch, Router Are The Three Devices Are Similar But There Is A Difference In The Way They Handle Data Or Information. Switching Is The Concept About Switch In Network. Switching Is The Process Of Forwarding Data Packets Coming From One Port To Another Port. Before Knowing About Switch And Switching, Let's

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