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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: ...
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In C, memory allocations on heap are done using following three library methods void *malloc(size_t size); void *calloc(size_t nmemb, size_t size); void *realloc(void *ptr, size_t size); Though, most commonly used is malloc() The corresponding free-ing the memory...
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In C-Style typecasting we discussed about type casting and why is it required and how it is used in C programming. C++ has more types of typecasting and an entirely different way to use them. A point to be noted that C++ typecasting would be mostly described and used in context of classes, as...
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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...
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In the previous article I explained you about the Templates in C++. C++ comes with the Standard Template Library, or STL, which includes many different types of containers, each with its own set of advantages (and disadvantages). The C++ Standard Template Library is a very large library of...
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There are three techniques used to pass variables into a C or C++ functions. Pass by value C/C++ Pass a pointer by value C/C++ Pass by reference C++ only Pass by value The function receives a copy of the variable. This local copy has scope, that is, exists only within the function....
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Abstract In this article, Anatoliy Kuznetsov answers the questions and tells us about the open BitMagic C++ Library. Introduction While regularly looking through the Internet-resources related to the sphere of 64-bit programming, I often came across mentioning about BitMagic C++ Library...
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Another method for printing the date from starting to ending This method is useful if u r dealing with dates.If u want to do some operation using the date and then fetch another date and do vice versa it is useful. #include<iostream> #include<malloc.h> using namespace std; int ...
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Abstract Introduction Building of the 64-bit version of Loki in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Testing of the 64-bit Loki version with the help of Viva64 Incorrectly used constant LONG_MIN Some types of magic numbers - errors or not? Addition of int to a pointer as a potential error Using...
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Virtual functions in C++ play an important role. To understand virtual function, one should be clear about the polymorphism feature of C++ language as an object oriented language. In brevity, polymorphism is the weapon through which we can identify a function call through its parameters, or...
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We recently saw a tutorial on Vectors in C++. Now its time for better things. So we all know what a set is. It is a group of elements in which there is no duplicate. Consider we need a container with following features: -> add an element, but do not allow duplicates -> remove elements -> get...
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Abstract Introduction Analysis of program code Examples of incorrect and vulnerable code Diagnosis of vulnerabilities in 64-bit code Conclusion References Abstract
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Programs you code reside in random access memory or commonly known as RAM. RAM is also known as volatile memory space. What happens is that when you run a program, your CPU selects corresponding files to execute from your hard drive and loads it into memory. A problem here arises that the data of...
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To the programmers it is very common concept that bugs are of two types i.e logical errors and syntactic errors. Poor understanding of the problem and solution procedure leads to logical errors whereas, the syntactic errors arise due to poor understanding of the language itself. We can detect these...
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This is a basic attempt to accomplish this, there is already a real big load of code about this matter... I wanted to use a different approach, I created 1 table that contains all the 256 bytes, and i used it to make the conversion.. you look at the code, better The tables ...
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In part I of the article about Virtual Functions, we learnt about the virtual functions, why are they needed and when to use them. This article will talk about virtual function internals and how virtual functions work in C++. Actually, virtual functions govern to an extent, how a class object is...
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Q: What are traditional C++ (pre-standard) headers? A: The traditional C++ (pre-standard) headers define classes, values, macros, and functions in headers that have *.h extension. This includes non-standard STL headers with *.h extension (iostream.h, fstream.h, vector.h, etc.) and C headers with...
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In my previous articles, I had introduces you to some of the fundamental concepts of the C++ language. However, you would have noticed that all the code we wrote, resided in a single file. We developed object oriented programs where we used multiple classes, but all those classes were in a single...
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After a long wait C++Builder XE3 Update 1 has finally acquired the capability of building 64-bit applications. It means that developers using this tool will soon face the yet unfamiliar world of 64-bit errors. What is a 64-bit error? This is just a common error in a program. But it has one...
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Whenever you hear the word virtual, the first thing which comes to your mind is something that only exists in appearance but in reality you cannot physically see or touch that thing. A virtual function in C++ is a similar concept. Virtual functions lays at the heart of object oriented programming...
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