A doubly queue is a linear data structure which enables the user to add and remove integers from either ends, i.e. from front or rear. Define a class **Dequeue** with the following details:

**Class name:** Dequeue

**Data members/instance variables:**

arr[]: array to hold up to 100 integer elements.

lim: stores the limit of the dequeue.

front: to point to the index of front end.

rear: to point to the index of rear end.

**Member functions:**

Dequeue(int l): constructor to initialize data members lim = l; front = rear = 0.

void addFront(int val): to add integer from the front if possible else display the message “Overflow from front”.

void addRear(int val): to add integer from the rear if possible else display the message “Overflow from rear”.

int popFront(): returns element from front if deletion is possible from the front end, otherwise returns -9999.

int popRear(): returns element from rear if deletion is possible from the rear end, otherwise returns -9999.

Specify the class Dequeue giving details of the constructor, void addFront(int), void addRear(int), int popFront() and int popRear().

The main function and algorithm need not be written.

```
class Dequeue{
int arr[];
int lim;
int front;
int rear;
public Dequeue(int l){
lim = l;
front = 0;
rear = 0;
}
public void addFront(int val){
if(front - 1 >= 0)
arr[--front] = val;
else
System.out.println("Overflow from front");
}
public void addRear(int val){
if(rear + 1 < lim)
arr[++rear] = val;
else
System.out.println("Overflow from rear");
}
public int popFront(){
if(front + 1 <= rear)
return arr[front--];
return -9999; }
public int popRear(){
if(rear - 1 >= front)
return arr[rear--];
return -9999;
}
}
```

Sir, a program is given which states that:

Write a menu-driven program in Java to perform operations in Circular queue using linked list.

Sir, a program is given which states that:

Write a menu-driven program in Java to perform operations in Circular queue using linked list.

These programs will take some time to appear as I am not free. It will take a week or so.

Sir,a program is given which states that:

Write a menu-driven program in java to perform operations of Dqueue using Arrays.

Sir,Please show me the main() method also

Here is the link to the program based on dequeue.

Sir,2 programs are given which states that:

1)Write a menu-driven program in Java to perform operations in Circular queue using linked list.

2)Write a menu-driven program in Java to perform operations in Dequeue using linked list.

Sir,a program is given which states that:

WAP in java to accept some numbers to

create m × m matrix(where m=size of the Matrix where m must be greater than 3 and less than 10).Display the elements above the right diagonal of that matrix.

Sir,a program is given which states that:

WAP in Java to find the Hailstone Sequence of a given number.The Hailstone sequence of numbers can be generated starting from an integer n by following these rule:

If n =1,then the sequence ends.

If n is even then the next n of the sequence=n/2

If n is odd then the next n of the sequence=(3*n)+1

Sample Input:

Number:13

Sample Output:

The hailstone sequence starting from 13 is:

40,20,10,5,16,8,4,2,1

Without using any functions display the Hailstone sequence.Display an appropriate message if the number is<=0.

This problem is already solved. Use this link and write the full code in main() method instead of doing it in a separate method.

Sir,2 programs are given which states that:

1) WAP in Java to enter a natural number. Display all the possible combinations of the numbers which are added to give the sum equal to the original number.

Sample Input:

N=14

Sample Output:

1,2,5,6(i.e.1+2+5+6=14)

2,3,9(i.e.2+3+9=14)

3,5,6(i.e.3+5+6=14)

5,9(i.e 5+9=14)

1,13(i.e.1+13=14)

2) WAP in java to accept some numbers to

create m × m matrix(where m=size of the Matrix where m must be greater than 3 and less than 10).Display the elements above the right diagonal of that matrix.

For N = 14, why 2 + 12 = 14 is not included? 3 + 11 = 14 is not included? The logic is still unclear.

Sir,2 programs are given which states that:

1) WAP in Java to find the Hailstone Sequence of a given number.The Hailstone sequence of numbers can be generated starting from an integer n by following these rule:

If n =1,then the sequence ends.

If n is even then the next n of the sequence=n/2

If n is odd then the next n of the sequence=(3*n)+1

Sample Input:

Number:13

Sample Output:

The hailstone sequence starting from 13 is:

40,20,10,5,16,8,4,2,1

Use a recursive function that displays the Hailstone sequence if a number n is passed to it as a parameter.Display an appropriate message if the number is<=0.

2) A class 'Composite' contains a two dimensional array of order[m x n].The maximum value possible for both 'm' and 'n' is 20.

Design a class 'Composite' to fill the array with the first(m x n) composite numbers in column wise.The details of the members of the class are given below:

Class name:Composite

Data members/instance variables:

arr[ ][ ]:stores the composite numbers column wise

m : integer to store the number of rows

n : integer to store the number of columns

Member functions/methods:

Composite(int mm,int nn) : to initialize the size of the matrix m=mm & n=nn

int isComposite(int p): returns 1 if number is composite otherwise returns 0

void fill():to fill the elements of thae array with the first(m x n) composite numbers in column wise.

void display():displays the array in matrix form

Specify the class Composite giving details of the constructor(int,int),int isComposite(int),void fill() and

void display().Define a main() function to create an object and call the functions accordingly to enable the task.

(ISC Specimen Paper-2020,Computer Science Paper 1(Theory))

I enjoyed solving the Hailstone problem. Here is the link to the solution.

Here is the link to the solution for filling a matrix with composite numbers.

Sir,2 programs are given which states that:

1) WAP in Java to enter a natural number. Display all the possible combinations of the numbers which are added to give the sum equal to the original number.

Sample Input:

N=14

Sample Output:

1,2,5,6(i.e.1+2+5+6=14)

2,3,9(i.e.2+3+9=14)

3,5,6(i.e.3+5+6=14)

5,9(i.e 5+9=14)

2) WAP in java to accept some numbers to

create m × m matrix(where m=size of the Matrix where m must be greater than 3 and less than 10).Display the elements above the right diagonal of that matrix.

Sample Input:

M=5

Sample Input:

22 14 23 61 25

81 26 31 11 10

58 64 17 27 12

55 33 26 38 14

21 36 54 63 48

Sample Output:

14 23 61 25

31 11 10

27 12

14

For different combinations that sum up to a given number, why 13 + 1 = 14 is not included? The logic is not clear. Please elaborate on that.

Sir,a program is given which states that:

WAP in Java to enter a natural number. Display all the possible combinations of the numbers which are added to give the sum equal to the original number.

Here is the link to the solution of finding all possible combinations of numbers that add up to a given number.