# Programming

Programming is the process of writing computer understandable instructions. These instructions can be written using languages known as computer programming languages. Java, Python, C#, C, and C++ are some of the popular ones.

## How to Use OpenCV in PyCharm

OpenCV in PyCharm: In this post, I will share about how to use OpenCV in Pycharm. Pycharm is an incredible Python IDE. It is a product of JetBrains. It is available both as the community(free) edition and professional (paid) edition. I use the community edition of it and works great for my study purpose.  Check …

## Coding VS Programming

Coding and programming are two words in the field of computer science or software development often taken interchangeably. But coding and programming are two different things. Here let us look into this differences – Coding vs Programming. The differences between coding and programming can be understood from its definition itself. With respect to the different …

## Implement the Pseudo-codes of Euclid’s Algorithm

Let us look into how to implement Euclid’s algorithm and Euclid’s Extended Algorithms using Java Programming Language. Euclid’s Algorithm Pseudocode Euclid’s Extended Algorithm Pseudocode Question Implement the pseudo-codes of Euclid’s algorithm with recursive function and extended Euclid’s algorithm in any programming language you are comfortable with. Your program should take two integers A and B …

## C Program to Find GCD

C Program to Find GCD: This post discusses how to write C program to find GCD. There are many approaches to find the greatest common divisor (GCD) of any two numbers. It is the highest number that can divide both the numbers. The commonly used method to find the GCD of any two numbers is …

## C Program to Print Fibonacci Numbers

Before looking into the program to print Fibonacci numbers, let us look into what really it is.  Fibonacci numbers are a sequence of numbers known as a Fibonacci sequence which is characterized by the fact that ‘every number after the first two is the sum of the two preceding ones’ as shown below: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, …