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Ans the following please

> Write a function in C to sort a single dimensional array of 10 integers using Bubble Sort technique.
> Write a program in C using integers to perform all stack operations
> Explain the process of inserting nodes into a Binary Search Tree with an Example

I need to prepare for my exam. these are some questions from the question bank

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Oh come on, You must be either blind, lazy or irritating people deliberately.

I am sorry if I sound rude, but you posted the same message twice in different, but equally unrelated forums, here and here. Both times you were suggested to a) find a C forum, as this question is clearly related to C, not C#, JavaScript or Assembly, and b) do your own homework.

To answer the question "What to do", the answer is read. Start by reading this FAQ about smart forum question. Then get an introduction book on programming C and read a bit more. Then Google and read even more.

Blindly dumping the same question over and over again in the wrong forum is not going to get you anywhere.



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