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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.. ]

The document, "The Story of C++" is a basic text for learning C++. If you are just starting to learn C++ or, if you want a detailed explanation of some of the basics of the language, this is the place to start.

Author : Curtis Sollohub   [ GO.. ]
DevCentral tutorials

Foundational lessons precede more advanced coverage of topics on inheritance, pointers, and class hierarchy. View plans at a glance.

Author : Devcentral   [ GO.. ]
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.. ]
Operator precedence and Associativity

Operator precedence and associativity rules in C/C++

Author : D.O   [ 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... :-)

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Image Processing w Bitmap Files

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

Author : []   [ GO.. ]
Internet programming crash course

This document shows how to exchange data over a net using the TCP/IP suite. Arguments are discussed from a programmer's point of view with C code samples for every presented topic. Don't worry if you are not an experienced C programmer : the basics of sockets programming are really easy to learn, and an application that sends and receives data over the Internet is less than 100 lines of code.

Author : [Ugo Varetto ]   [ GO.. ]
Introduction to C++ programming Part 1/13

C++ is a programming language substantially different from C. Many see C++ as "a better C than C," or as C with some add-ons. I believe that to be wrong, and I intend to teach C++ in a way that makes use of what the language can offer. C++ shares the same low level constructs as C, however, and I will assume some knowledge of C in this course.

Author : Björn Fahller   [ GO.. ]
Sixteen way 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.. ]

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.. ]
General Steps in Converting C application to C++

This article is meant to be a guideline for General steps in Converting C application to C++

Author :John Tal   [ GO.. ]
Online C++ Tutorial

Table of contents introduces lessons in this resource, incorporating syntax and memory topics. Learn about streams and preprocessor directives.

Author : David R. Wegman   [ GO.. ]

Use of the Borland ObjectWindows library can be aided by tips and on instances, control bars, and gauges. Search for a topic by keyword.

Author : Marshall Brain   [ GO.. ]
Understanding c++

The goal of these tutorials is to help you to gain an understanding of the fundamental concepts driving C++ in a quick and painless way. They let you begin thinking in an "object oriented way". Once you understand the fundamentals, the rest of the language is relatively straightforward because you will have a framework on which to attach other details as you need them.

Author : Tenermerx   [ GO.. ]
Pascal 2 C++ tutorial

View an in-depth tutorial in C++ which assumes that the reader has an understanding of Pascal. Includes instructions on pointers and classes.

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View a description and pictorial representation of how to retrieve and store items in memory. Purpose of boolean operators is explained.

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C++ Annotations

This document is intended for knowledgeable users of C who would like to make the transition to C++. It is a guide for Frank's C++ programming courses, which are given yearly at the University of Groningen. As such, this document is not a complete C++ handbook. Rather, it serves as an addition to other documentation sources.

Author : Frank B. Brokken   [ 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.. ]
C tutorial for c users

This text enunciates and illustrates features and basic principles of C++. It is aimed at experienced C users who wish to learn C++. It can also be interesting for C++ users who leaved out some possibilities of the language.

Author : Eric Brasseur   [ GO.. ]
C++ Tutorials

Library, C/C++ differences, performance, and code robustness comprise four sections with exemplified lessons. Notes from ANSI are posted.

Author : Glen McCluskey & Associates LLC   [ GO.. ]
CrashProof C++

Suggestions for preventing crashing advise programmers to use the "const" declaration whenever possible. Erroneous code is displayed.

Author : Steve Litt   [ GO.. ]
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