C Programming Tutorials

C Programming Tutorials And Articles
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Introduction In this i have made use of recursion to calculate x to the power n #include <stdio.h> main() {
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C Program to solves linear programming problem or LPP by "SIMPLEX" and "DUAL SIMPLEX" method. The code Simplex Method Code #include <stdio.h> #include <conio.h> #define INFINITY 999 #define N 3
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Linked Lists Implementation ... #include<stdio.h> #include<conio.h> #include<malloc.h> void insertafter(struct node ** ,int ,int); void insertatbeg(struct node ** ,int ); void add(struct node ** ,int); void search(struct node **,int);
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WHAT IS A UNION A union, is a collection of variables of different types, just like a structure. However, with unions, you can only store information in one field at any one time. You can picture a union as like a chunk of memory that is used to store variables of different types. Once a new...
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Mostly people are using this algorithm to compute matrix multiplication: #define n 1000 int main() { int a,b,c; c=0; for( i=0;i<n;++i) {
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Article is originally written by Zeeshan Amjad Introduction Here I am going to give a detail about Recursion in C++. Definition: Recursion is the process where a function is called itself but stack frame will be out of limit because function call will be infinite times. So a termination...
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As the topic says, self printing programs are nothing but they reproduce themselves as output. Such programs are referred as Quines from the name of the logician Willard van Orman Quine who introduced the concept. I said an 'Ah!!!' when I heard about Quines for first time, spent more hours to...
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Dev-Cpp is an application which is used to code and run programs in C/C++. It has its variations but none of them come with a pre-installed graphics library. So if you are switching from some primitive editor like TurboC to Dev-Cpp (which follows ANSI specifications correctly) and try to write the...
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Processes are the primitive units for alocation of system resources...Each process have their own address space and usually one thread of control. The process which makes another process is called the parent and the process which it makes is called a child process..As we know every process have its...
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The article discusses about all the number formats viz Binary, Decimal, Octal, Hex and BCD (Binary coded decimal) and conversion from Decimal to Binary, Octal and Hex and also the reverse conversion. Binary A numbering system based on 2 in which 0 and 1 are the only available digits. ...
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A friend of mine who is learning to program in C, was having diffculty in writing a program to find the sum of all the prime numbers between a specified limit (in her case 3-60). I helped her out with the program, and I thought I'll post it here which might help others. /* ** Program to...
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The other day, I just had this thought of exhausting the R.A.M. of my ailing, old P.C. in the hopes that it may trigger off a cataclysmic crash which would render it useless :happy: (so that I finally get that brand new mega-system P.C. which I so yearn! :D ) So I set out to write this program...
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Introduction Here I am going to give a simple example of addition, substraction, multiplication etc to check overflow/underflow so that we can minimize buggs/defects in our code The code In your project/product or any place, If you have some operation like Addition, substraction...
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Introduction After long day's discussion, bool was made as built-in type. Before it lot of other proposals came for bool. There were following proposals. Proposal 1: bool can be implemented by typedef typedef int bool ; It works fine but problem is that if someone overloads functions...
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Integers is a fundamental data type in a C program, They are used to represent a finite subset of mathematical integers, C Provides us with a suite of functions, and quite a lot of modifiers for manipulating these integers , but if these functions and modifiers are not used properly and carefully...
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If you are an experienced C/C++ programmer then you must have definitely observed some weird behaviors of code in certain situations. These weird behaviors can be due to various reasons but most of them are because of stack corruption. For all those who have no idea about what stack corruption is,...
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Most of the people working on Linux must have used the basic command 'ls'. I use it many times a day. It is a very useful command when it comes to displaying the contents of a directory and their properties. For those few who have still not used 'ls' its high time now, go to its man page, study it...
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Recently I have been writing a lot on Linux files and functions related to file I/O. So, extending the discussion further in this article lets discuss two more important Linux functions : A) access(const char *pathname, int mode) This function checks whether the calling process can access...
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Today while solving a problem, I had to convert integers to string in C to use its indexing capabilities. One simple solution was to use sprintf, which can be done in 2-3 lines, but i was temped to solve this problem without any string manipulation functions. The Code // Change a positive...
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I am doing C programming from a couple of years ago and finally I convinced myself and grabbed all my guts to write an article on Pointers. Now, one could easily question Why? Basically, Pointers are the most useful part of C and usually the most difficult to understand. Note: I don't want to...
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