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Continuation of Shell-coding basics..I suggest a glance over it before you start reading this.. Testing We'll be using a simple C program to accomplish our task. test.c // #include<stdio.h> we will not be needing this as we are not using any functions from the C library...Just basic...
The phenomenon of stuffing excessive data which is beyond the capacity of the allocated memory is known as buffer overflow. In Simple words we can say that for lets say 'n' bytes of memory, if we try to store any number of values which is greater than 'n', then the values beyond the nth value will...
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...
Array is a data structure consists of a group of elements of same data type. We can think it as collection of variable of similar data type. Array prototype: Data_type array_name Example: Suppose you have a team of 10 employees. Id is given for every employee. You want to store id, age...
Introduction On 4th August, shabbir posted this question : (at the $1 Daily contest thread) List a set of prime numbers where the sum total of the complete set is 100. So, I thought why not generate try generating *all* such sets of primes, instead of *any* such set ? And, I sat down to...
Algorithms are the riches of any programming language. The major objective of any algorithm is being efficient and optimized. For any logical scenarios, the prime and foremost is designing an algorithm. In this article, we shall we be discussing one such scenario to determine the k-th maximum /...
The motivation behind writing this article came from the fact that there are still many books/tutorials/softwares etc where I have seen 'void main' being used instead of 'int main'. Still most of the C/C++ newbies are taught to start practice coding with 'void main'. Even I started practicing C in...
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...
Format strings are the strings mainly associated with printf's set of instructions (like printf,fprintf etc..) which basically stands for print format.... These functions accept several arguments and put them on the stack..and as a format specifier is noted in the string the function pops the data...
Error handling has always been dominantly vital in programming. It has become a bit more sophisticated with the object oriented languages, however even in the system programming language like C, error handling is being offered in its own simple ways. Introduction To swim deep into the...
I have been writing many articles on C/Linux explaining concepts, APIs and their usage etc. This time I thought to write on a fundamental concept that every newbie should be well aware of in order to become a good coder, ie 'Good coding practices'. I have 3-4 broader level points to make here. I'll...
Suppose a system call was blocked due to some reason (like waiting for a read of some data on terminal) and during this time a signal occurs. Do you know what happens in this scenario? In this article we will discuss the impact of signals on system calls. System calls are different from...
Abstract Introduction PC-Lint tool VivaMP tool Static analysis implemented in Intel C++ compiler Conclusion References Abstract
This is the third article where I will tell you about a couple of new programming methods that can help you make your code simpler and safer. You may read the previous two posts here and here . This time we will take samples from the Qt project. Introduction It was not accidentally that I...
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...
Program to find max(x,y) or Min(x,y) without using any relational and logical operator. int maximum(int x, int y) { int fNum,temp,num; num = x; num = y; temp=fNum; return( temp);
Pretty sure, one must have used the datatype ‘float’ numerous number of times since the day one has started programming. However, there are many times, when we mishandle floats and doubles, or get unexpected results while using float variables or find ourselves being perplexed while using floating...
Before we start with Non re-entrant Functions, Can you guess the problem with this piece of code : #include<stdio.h> #include<signal.h> #include<unistd.h> #include<stdlib.h> int flag; char *s;
Introduction I always like smilies and the ASCII characters can behave like good smileys and so I wrote a small utility to get all tha ASCII values of the characters and I can easily add them anywhere I prefer The Code int i; FILE *fp; fp = fopen("c:\\code.txt","w"); for(i=0;i<256;i++)
Introduction In computer science a search algorithm is a technique of finding a particular item among a collection of items. Searching for data is the second most common activity (after sorting data) necessary for creating many types of programs. Sequential Search In this technique we...