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Connecting to an MS Access Database via ODBC with C/C++ and connecting an MS Access Database to the Internet

This paper is a quick guide to connecting C/C++ to an ODBC database and an ODBC database to the Internet. It makes the assumption that the reader has a reasonable grasp of programming with the C/C++ language and of how to use basic SQL commands.

     
Author : Mark Lee-Dell   [ GO.. ]
 
Introduction to pointers

Essentially, the computer's memory is made up of bytes. Each byte has a number, an address, associated with it.

     
Author : Todd A. Gibson   [ GO.. ]
 
Image Processing w Bitmap Files

The following codes are useful for filtering BMP File and saving the results ...

     
Author : [lievin@caesar.de]   [ GO.. ]
 
C++?? : A Critique of C++

This is now the third edition of this critique; it has been four years since the last edition. The main factor to precipitate a new edition is that there are now more environments and languages available that rectify the problems of C++.

     
Author : i.joyner@acm.org   [ GO.. ]
 
Casting in C++

The new C++ standard is full of powerful additions to the language: templates, run-time type identification (RTTI), namespaces, and exceptions to name a few. Rather than talk about one of these ``major'' extensions, I will discuss one of the minor extensions: the new C++ casting operators.

     
Author : G. Bowden Wise   [ GO.. ]
 
Extending the iostream library

Follow a discussion on Input/output library class development, covering streams and complex numbers. See how functions vary format states.

     
Author : Cay S. Horstmann   [ GO.. ]
 
Sixteen ways to stack a cat

This document presents a series of examples on how to represent stacks in a program. In doing so it demonstrates some of the fundamental techniques and tradeoffs of datahiding as seen in languages suc as C, Modula2, and Ada.

     
Author : Bjarne Stroustrup    [ GO.. ]
 
HOW TO BEGIN PROGRAMMING IN C/C++

This article is meant to be a guideline for those with no programming knowledge, and those with prior programming experience in other languages. It is not a tutorial, and it is not written to present any absolutes. It is written to explain some terminology. To explain what is needed to begin programming in C/C++, and where to get these items.

Author :[]   [ GO.. ]
 
Can't Happen or /*NOTREACHED*/ or real programs dump core

UNIX programmer fail to check for failure of system calls or functions, taking familiat teen-age attitude that 'it cant happen to me(or my program)'. This paper will attemp to convince its audience to take prophylactic measures. Those who take such measures will be healthier - and less prone to suprises- than those who don't.

Author : Ian Darwin   [ GO.. ]
 
Beej's Guide to Network Programming

This document has been written as a tutorial, not a reference. It is probably at its best when read by individuals who are just starting out with socket programming and are looking for a foothold. It is certainly not the complete guide to sockets programming, by any means. Hopefully, though, it'll be just enough for those man pages to start making sense... :-)

     
Author : [beej@ecst.csuchico.edu ]   [ GO.. ]
 
Introduction to the class hierachy

The concept of a class hierarchy is often an extremely difficult one for new C++ programmers to master. While simple to define (A class hierarchy is a set of classes that build on top of each other using inheritance and file functions) and simple to justify (the main reason to create class hierarchies is reusability), it is rather difficult to move from concept to proficiency because hierarchies tend to be large self-referencing masses of code.

     
Author : Devcentral   [ GO.. ]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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