#include <stdlib.h>

#include <stdio.h>

#define MAX 100 /*max number of values to permute*/

int array[MAX];/*value array*/

int visited[MAX];/*array to set a "visit" flag, to see if a value has been previously visited*/

int size;/*number of values to permute*/

int output[MAX];/*output array(contains output values set by permute())*/

int k=0;/*k contains number of visited values at any particular time during permute()*/

int print_output()

{

/*print output array*/

int i;

for(i=0;i<size;i++)

printf("%d ",output[i]);

printf("\n");

}

int permute()

{

/*recursive permutation function*/

int i;

if(k==size)/*if number of visited values reaches "size", it means that we've got a particular combination to output, so we print it*/

{

print_output();

return 0;

}

for(i=0;i<size;i++){

if(visited[i]==0){ /*remove this line(and it's bottom bracket) to obtain combinations too(e.g 1111,1223,etc.)*/

visited[i]=1; /*value visited so set "visit flag"*/

output[k]=array[i]; /*add value to output array*/

k++; /*increase number of visited values*/

permute(); /*recall the same function until k reaches size*/

visited[i]=0; /*already processed, remove "visit" flag*/

k--; /*decrease number of visited values, as we're "unvisiting" previous value*/

}

}

}

int init()

{

/*initialize the array of values to 1,2,3,4,..(u can use other values too which will be permuted, from user input for example)*/

int i;

for(i=1;i<=size;i++)

array[i-1]=i;

}

int main()

{

printf("Enter number of values to permute: ");

scanf("%d",&size); /*input size*/

init();/*initialize the array of values to 1,2,3,4,..(u can use other values too which will be permuted, from user input for example)*/

permute(); /*permute the values in the array(output function implemented inside)*/

return 0;

}

Compile with: gcc permutation.c -o permutation

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