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C language n Academy of Computer Education 1. (10 pts) Write a function called my_str_n_cat() that accepts pointer to a destination character array and a pointer to a source character array ( character by character from the source character array to the end of the destination character array. If a null character is encountered before n characters have been encoun copying must stop. You may NOT use any functions found in to solve this problem! Note: you MUST use pointer arithmetic in this function onl false otherwise Method: Set left to 1 and right to n Set found to false Set targetindex to -1 While found is false and left is less than or equal and returns nothing. The function sorts the strings according to the following algorithm: 1. set the marker U for the unsorted section at the but NOT actually make copies of the strings! 4. (15 pts) Write a recursive function called is_palindrome() that accepts a pointer to a string a and recursively determines if the string is a palindrome. The function must return 1 for a palindrome 0 otherwise. A palindrome is a sequence of symbols that may be interpreted the same forward and backward. For example “race car”. Note: whitespace should be ignored in your solution. 5. (20 pts) Write a recursive function called sum_primes() that accepts an uns as an argument and returns the sum of all primes from 2 to n. You must use recursion to solve this problem! 6. (25 pts) Write a function called maximum_occure a pointer to an array of struct occurrences a pointer to an integer and a pointer to a character as arguments. The structure is defined as follows: typedef struct occurrences { int num_occurrences; it must return through the pointers

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