Examples of $A$ halts If $B$ does not halt? [closed]

Im looking for examples of algorithms $A,B,C,D$ such that :

$A$ halts If $B$ does not halt.

$C$ does not halt If $D$ halts.

$A,B,C,D$ are not algorithms that halt on all input. Also they are not algorithms that loop forever on all input.

I am aware that the general halting problem is undecidable (in case you wonder).

closed as unclear what you're asking by user21820, Hans Lundmark, Ove Ahlman, Guy Fsone, Peter SmithDec 6 '17 at 19:47

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• $A,B,C,D$ are what, Turing machines? Also what have you done, and where do you get stuck? – Ove Ahlman Dec 6 '17 at 12:39
• I edited. Reopen If all is clear ?? – mick Dec 6 '17 at 21:21
• I have edited my answer so that it fits your new condition, though I suspect that the answer is still not what you are looking for. I suggest that you add more context. Perhaps tell us kinda what the solution should look like, and why you find it hard to come up with a solution on your own? – Ove Ahlman Dec 7 '17 at 6:19

Let $A$ be any TM which accepts the empty string and let $B$ be the TM, which instantly halts, except in the case of the empty string, in which case it goes into an infinite loop. Now for each non-empty string $IF$ B does not halt, then $A$ will certainly halt. Since $B$ will halt, this is clearly true. For the non-empty string we know that $A$ halts and $B$ does not halt, thus the implication clearly hold for any input.
In the same spirit let $C$ be any TM which does not accept the empty string, and let $D$ be the TM which just loops and do not halt for any string, except for the empty string which it accepts imediately.