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suggest a c program

Discussion in 'C++' started by SAILOLLA, Dec 7, 2007.

  1. SAILOLLA

    SAILOLLA New Member

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    hi this sai. i'm very much intersted in c program. plz help out by suggesting a intersting program to write. bye . hau a nice time
     
  2. NewsBot

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    You cannot get the suggestion in the introduce yourself forum and so I have moved to C forum
     
  3. Mahesh.Shetye

    Mahesh.Shetye New Member

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    You should try with some simple programs like linked list, sorted list in C.
     
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    imported_xpi0t0s New Member

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    Depends what you're interested in. Checking through my own projects I have a chess solver, a 6502 processor emulator, a polynomial "math" package (e.g. it can add "2x+1" to "3x^2+5x-7"), a brainf__k interpreter, a logic gate simulator (you connect AND, NOR, XOR and other gates together and it shows how they work), a solver for Sokoban, a C compiler for the Z80 (which is a large project including a compiler, linker, z80 emulator, assembler and disassembler), a solver for the game Vexed, a SlitherLink solver, a Slant solver (see Simon Tatham's puzzle collection), a Nurikabe solver, a disassembler for PIC chips, a Monopoly simulator, a Sudoku solver, a Nonograms solver, a Mandelbrot generator, a rocket hack for Quake 2 that made rockets fire as fast as the machine gun, a ray tracer, a 68000 processor emulator and a few others that didn't seem worth mentioning.

    As you see I like writing solvers for logic games. This usually only goes as far as implementing the "rules", I don't usually aim to make it able to solve all possible puzzles.

    The ray tracer is on hold until I can work out how to reflect correctly off a sphere. At the moment when a ray strikes the sphere it just travels away from the sphere perpendicular to the point it struck the sphere.

    The compiler was started because I heard that writing a compiler was a good test of a programmer's ability. Due to the size of the project it's a long way off complete, although the assembler, disassembler and emulator are fairly complete. The emulator is a Windows program that will pick up a z80 machine code file (my own format), along with emulated hardware setup (currently implemented are buttons and 7-segment LED displays) which are accessed with memory mapped IO, and will run or step through the program.
    So I can write a small Z80 program to display a number on the LEDs and increment or decrement it with the buttons.

    Hope this gives you some ideas!
     
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    i suggest u make a simple programe .. a clock that have hoyrs , minutes and seconds .. display them into the console window , and update it every second .... make the programe at first with any simple way u know , then try to make it using structres , and finally make it using classes ... it would be a perfect start in C and C++ programming
     
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    Check this 3D game with source code and try to make a game similar to this
    here is the link
    see the address.txt file
     
  7. manu

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    write a prog to solve sudoku puzzle
     
  8. rohitphulsunge

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    Rohit Phulsunge says-
    May be you can make a program which can work like an array but which consumes smaller space than an array. Now you will argue that link list are already in place, think of using hashing with linked list to create a more optimal sequential search :) :cool:
     

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