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Abstract Introduction size_t type ptrdiff_t type Portability of size_t and ptrdiff_t Safety of ptrdiff_t and size_t types in address arithmetic Performance of code using ptrdiff_t and size_t Code refactoring with the purpose of moving to ptrdiff_t and size_t References
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Hello every member of go4expert forum. I have something to share with you all. I have successfully developed a date program which prompt a user to enter a date(12/12/2005) and return the day of week(tuesday). #ifndef CONVERTER_H_ #define CONVERTER_H_ struct U_Days { int days; }u_days; ...
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Signals are the interrupts. They are a way of providing asynchronous events. For example a user typing ctrl-c on terminal to stop a program. Most of the programs need to handle signals. Every signal has a name like SIGxxx. For example : SIGALRM is the alarm signal that is generated when the timer...
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I've arrived at the source code of a widely know instant messenger Miranda IM. Together with various plugins, this is a rather large project whose size is about 950 thousand code lines in C and C++. And like any other considerable project with a long development history, it has rather many errors...
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Hello to one & all, I did a little bit of programming this weekend (I got myself a new Xbox 360!) .... but not satisfied with the Gaming monolith, I decided to do some game programming myself. So, I implemented that very famous game played by everyone who had access to a computer in the early 90's...
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Loops are the basic logic building structures in computer programming. It is a way of executing statement(s) repeatedly in specified times, which is termed as iteration. Here different types of loops in C language will be discussed. All of them have same goal, but their way of working is...
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As it is said, great things are in small ones. Its someway true in C as well. Working on bits rather than bytes, and other bigger data structures leverage implementations in speed and space efficiency. With really high end computers coming up these days, bitwise operations may not be that useful in...
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Stack memory Let's suppose there is nothing on the stack to begin with. One of the functions either the calling function or the called function depending on the calling convention would start a stack. Lets take a very simple C / C++ program to see how things would work. int func(int i) {...
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The code to find upper and lower diagonal of 3x3 matrices #include<conio.h> #include<stdio.h> void main() { int a,i,j,k; clrscr(); printf("\n Enter a Matrix 3x3:\n\n");
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The keyword ‘static’ has been widely used in many programming languages. I know it is there in Java, C and C++. I am pretty sure, it is must be used in other languages as well, even though it might depict different attributes and characteristics. However, we are going to learn about the keyword...
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This is the second article on avoiding certain errors at the early stage of code writing. In the previous post, we have already advised you to avoid a large number of calculations in one expression. However, we should investigate this question in detail. Let's see what's dangerous about complex...
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Strings are paramount datatype for any real use case scenario. However, in C, there is no basic datatype as ‘string’. A string is understood as a collection set of characters i.e. in programmatic language, an array of characters, which are: Directly assigned in double quotes Terminated by a...
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What is a Compiler A Compiler is a Computer Program that go through the provided source code , Checks for error and converts in into another computer language that a computer can understand (usually binary opcodes). Compilation A compiler's work can be divided into 3 parts. Front End...
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The other day I was searching a bit on Linux viruses on Internet. Though there are quite a few now but still cannot be compared with the volumes that we have on windows. Another thing that I found was the permission robustness that Linux file system has as compared to windows OS. So, whiling...
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List of helpful C tools that will help you peek inside a process or an a.out file. Some are specific to Sun OS. I have compiled it into an easy-to-read summary of what each one does, and where to find them. Going through the man pages for each, and try running each on a couple of different a.out’s...
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Pointer and reference maybe same at assembly level. Try an experiment : # include<stdio.h> int main() { int i =90; int *pointer; int &reference = i; // Line 6
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Introduction The aim of this article is to explain the upcasting. Before going through this article I expect people have some preliminary idea about inheritance mechanism. Background The term upcasting comes from the class inheritance diagram. In the class inheritance diagram we...
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When an ELF executable is executed, a process is created and its process image is create in the RAM. However, it is here in the process image in RAM, all the variables are assigned memory. Sometimes memory is allocated statically i.e. defined how much memory at the compile time, and at times it has...
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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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Type casting is an explicit type conversion requested by the programmer to achieve its objective in the program. During any kind of computations involving various data variables of different data types, leads to the need of typecasting. Syntax used: (Data-type-2)<variable/expression of data...
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