C++ Programming Tutorials

C++ Programming Tutorials And Articles
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Object oriented programming is a design philosophy. In programming paradigm, object oriented programming is the process by which a problem is decomposed into a number of entities called object and then data and functions are built around these objects. The main advantages of OOP are: ...
This simple program explain you about how to use BitMap in Turbo C++. NOTE :Before Running this program you have to copy one file in your "bgi" directory. That file either you have to download from the net or i will provide you. The file name is "SVGA256.BGI". Copy this file at your " tc\bgi\...
This is just for a kind of information. Here I am going to explain how to make a class so that user can create object of it on free List( heap memory) or Stack. Example 1: Object should be created Only On Heap memory.Idea is that make constructor as private so that no one create on stack....
Introduction List out all of the installed Windows Services In C++ The code #include <windows.h> #include <iostream.h> void ErrorDescription(DWORD p_dwError);
Steps to integrate code into your programs This is an easy and flexible way to use bitmaps as buttons in your application, and here are the detail steps of how you can add the custom button to your application. Create a new MFC AppWizard (exe) based project and name it as BtnSample ...
Annotation. The article may be interesting for developers who use or plan to use OpenC++ library (OpenCxx). The author tells about his experience of improving OpenC++ library and modifying the library for solving special tasks. Introduction. Introduction. One may often here in forums that...
This is very simple if you think in a simple manner. A magic square is represented in a matrix form. May be all of you know this formula to satisfy magic square rule i.e. for size of matrix n*n sum of each row or column or diagonal should be n/2. means for n=3 , sum(row or column or diag)...
I thought of starting the whole algorithm series with the most popular Sorting algorithms. Sorting as you know is a way to order a list or a sequence or elements. ex: Arranging set of marks to ascending order Arranging names to alphabetical order Why learn Sorting when sort() is readily...
In this article we are going to explain some of the most fundamental but often neglected concepts of C++ programming language. These concepts are extremely interesting and if employed well, can solve complex mathematical problems. So, without wasting any more time, let us jump to the first concept...
When exceptions occur, the programmer has to decide a strategy according to which he would handle the exceptions. The strategies could be, displaying the error messages on the screen, or displaying a dialog box in case of a GUI environment, or requesting the user to supply better or simply...
Memory pools allow dynamic memory allocation comparable to malloc or the Operator new in C++. As those implementations suffer from fragmentation because of variable block sizes, it can be impossible to use them in a real time system due to performance. A more efficient solution is preallocating a...
Just thought of having a simple example which has everything you need to know about the basics of C++. It has Inheritance, polymorphism, operator overloading, templates using friend as well as non-friend functions. #include <iostream> using namespace std; template <typename T> class Base {...
This example shows how to create the linklist without Loop. #include<iostream.h> #include<conio.h> //Structure of the Doubly Link List Node. // Data stores the value of type integer. struct Node
I will explain how to create a directory in linux using a c++ program. The program to create a directory is as follows: #include<iostream.h> #include<sys/stat.h> #include<sys/types.h> using namespace std; main()
Abstract Introduction Logical errors Missing /openmp Missing parallel Missing omp Missing for Unnecessary parallelization Incorrect usage of ordered Redefining the number of threads in a parallel section
Background I happen to manage many sites this days and so at times I need to upload lots of things to my servers and when uploading from windows PC to Linux servers the biggest problem that comes up is the case sensitive issues and so I tried googling it but what I found are some cool utilities...
When you plan to design a Class for which you feel that it should not be inherited further by any other class then...Here is a tip : Use of Virtual Private Inheritance #include <iostream> using namespace std; class Base { protected:
Code for LinkList in C++ #include "LinkedList.h" /** * Construct the list */ template <class Object> List<Object>::List( ) {
The misconception that C++ is an advance C still prevails among developers and so let me try to clarify that C++ only inherits some syntax from C and nothing more than that. Before I get into the details about the difference between C and C++ programming let me clarify a myth, which is, you need to...
A virtual function is used where we want to allow the derived class to replace the implementation of the same function in base class. The compiler always calls the derived class function when called with object of the derived class or an object of base class holding the address of the derived class...