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There is a number of ways to reverse a string in programming. Here we going to see how to reverse a string in C language.

Note: Below programs are written in C language. It takes a string as input from users and reverses it.

For example: if a user inputs hello then it outputs olleh

Different ways to reverse a string

Basic method to find a pair whose sum matches with given sum:

C program:

#include <iostream>
#include <algorithm>
 // Function to find a pair  using Sorting in an array with given sum
void findPair(int arr[], int n, int sum){
     std::sort(arr, arr + n);   // sort the array in ascending order
    int i = 0;
    int j = n - 1;
     while (i < j) {   // loop till i is less than j
        if (arr[i] + arr[j] == sum){  // sum found
       std::cout << "Pair found"<<”\n”<< arr[i]<<arr[j];
       // decrement j if total is more than the sum
         // increment i  if total is less than the sum
      (arr[i] + arr[j] < sum)? i++: j--;}
    // No pair exists in an array with the desired sum
    std::cout << "Pair not found";}
// Main function from which find pair function is called
int main()
{ int arr[] = { 8, 7, 2, 5, 3, 1};
 int sum = 10;
 int n = sizeof(arr)/sizeof(arr[0]);
 findPair(arr, n, sum);
return 0;} 

Anagram strings are those strings which have same letters but in different orders. Method to check: First, sort the strings and then compare the sorted strings. If strings are equal then they are anagram strings otherwise not.


#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
int main () { 
  char str1[] = "listen";   
char str2[] = "silent";
char temp;  
 int i, j;  
 int n1  = strlen(str1);  
 int n2 = strlen(str2);  
 //strings are not anagrams if they are of different length
  if( n1 != n2) {    
printf("%s and %s are not anagrams! \n", str1, str2);   
return 0; } 
for(i=0; i<n1-1; i++) {  // first sort both strings 
for (j = i+1; j < n1; j++) {     
if (str1[i] > str1[j]) {            
temp= str1[i];           
str1[i] = str1[j];       
str1[j] = temp;         }       
if (str2[i] > str2[j]) {  
temp  = str2[i];        
str2[i] = str2[j];           
str2[j] = temp;         }
}   }  
for(i = 0; i<n1; i++) {  // Compare character by character both strings
if(str1[i] != str2[i]) {         
printf("Strings are not anagrams \n", str1, str2);         
return 0;      
printf("Strings are anagrams! \n");   return 0;}