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Multiplications 12 * 2 = 12 << 1 12 * 4 = 12 << 2 12 * 8 = 12 << 3 12 * 16 = 12 << 4 12 * 32 = 12 << 5 12 * 64 = 12 << 6 12 * 128 = 12 << 7 12 * 256 = 12 << 8
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Random numbers or precisely in computer terms pseudo random number generators are extensively used in computing around the world today, which have great importance in the applications of gambling, statistics, computer simulation, cryptography, gaming, and areas where an arbitrary random value...
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DNS (Domain Name System) is ubiquitous to any website or application operating over the internet, as people find it easier to remember the website by the domain names rather than their IP addresses. The DNS system can store data for a variety of services for a domain like MX (Mail Exchanger record)...
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In today's multitasking and multiprocessing environment it sometimes becomes necessary for programs to run certain tasks in parallel to be fast. Fork-ing provides just that. Fork is a system call which creates a clone of the process which first calls fork() and is called the parent process and the...
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Introduction This is an article on our day-to-day programming practices. The article is targeted from beginners to pro who are involved in programming hands on. Life glides when we begin programming and our projects are small, the factorials, finding out primes and so on. When we master the...
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Classes and Functions If we are not using a language, which doesn’t support anything but objects what should be our choice in building frequently used functionality. What will be the design approach, class based or function based? Big questions, isn’t it? Let’s find out if we can put some light...
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In large and complex systems that we are dealing with regularly, what makes our projects standoff from others is: a. Quality of the software b. Time line Both being mission critical, how good is it to have a prototype? After the “Process Oriented Architecture” hype, most approaches in...
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There are lots of queries in this programming forum like in the following Documentation thread that "How can I make the documentation for my coding? I want to mean what is the structure of documentation that are acceptable to clients and how can someone other than me can understand my code...
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Pseudocode is a compact and informal high-level description of a program using the conventions of a programming language, but intended more for humans. Why Pseudocode? Pseudocode omits programming level details (like declaration of variables, looping syntax ...) and so it makes things very...
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Introduction In normal procedural languages, one can go about defining functions and procedures, and 'calling' these from the 'parent' functions. I hope you already know that. Some languages also provide the ability of a function to call itself. This is called Recursion. Factorial ...
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As I was going Through some of the codes in this section, I saw some faulty codes and some suggestions regarding them. Here is a guide to point out the mistakes by the coder in a proper way. If you ever find a bug/vulnerability/hole/flaw in someone's code, here's how you should go about reporting...
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