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Carl H Programming (GREAT read, hope this hasnt been posted already)
Carl H Programming (GREAT read, hope this hasnt been posted already)
This guy takes a great approach to programming. Most tutorials teach you a language, and how to use it, and start of writing a "hello world" program.
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capture video to an AVI file
capture video to an AVI file
I am trying to capture video to an AVI file. I have a WinTv PVR 150 card and I can get the preview, my graph is correct. I've created an AVI file for capturing. My program records something but I can't see the recorded video.
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Bilinear Filtering 101
Bilinear Filtering 101
In this tutorial a routine performing code is used same as the modern 3D cards.
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 Regular Expressions In C#
Regular Expressions In C#
A regular expressionís use is for finding substrings in a large string expression. It supports the use of various wild cards and other very useful techniques for performing the required actions. The namespace System.Text.RegularExpressions contains a number of classes associated with regular expressions.
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Classes With C#
Classes With C#
Classes provide templates that describe various objects, from a customer of a hotel to a new car model. In this tutorial we will talk about some basic concepts regarding their declaration methods and usage.
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Lesson 15: Matrixes and 2D Arrays
Lesson 15: Matrixes and 2D Arrays
This 15th lesson is about matrixes and two-dimensional C++ arrays. Although this one may look significantly more complicated, if you read through it carefully, you will conquer programming matrixes with no problem - I promise you that.
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Lesson 16: Functions in C
Lesson 16: Functions in C
Functions are essential part of code in C and C++ language, so be sure to carefully read this lesson. You"ôll notice there"ôs nothing to be afraid of - they are really easy to understand, and sometimes, can lighten up our program code significantly. In a way, they remind us of our main program. Functions usually return value that we use in our main block, but sometimes they return nothing. Either way, they do their task: like printing on screen or calculating equations. C++ Maniac presents you another interesting tutorial!
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Lesson 1: Transforming Numerical Systems
Lesson 1: Transforming Numerical Systems
This is the first lesson I wrote. Its purpose is to introduce you to the world of programming, showing you the way computers think or archive data. Please be patient and read through the whole lesson carefully in order to fully understand showed examples and calculations. I understand you can't wait to start using the code, but believe me these general foundations are somehow necessary to fully understand next tutorials and lessons I'll provide you with.
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Advice and Warning for C
Advice and Warning for C
C is a powerful programming language, but not without risks. Without help, even experienced C programmers can find themselves in trouble, despite "careful" programming, lint filters and good debuggers. And managers of programming projects can discover too late that using C carelessly can lead to delayed and defect-ridden software. This tutor helps avoid problems by illuminating the dangers of C and describing specific programming techniques to make C programming both faster and safer.
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Lesson 18: Pointers and Stacks in C
Lesson 18: Pointers and Stacks in C
Today's lesson goes more into details about pointers and their usage as function's arguments. Additional tutorial about stacks in C and C++ is provided. Be sure to read this lesson carefully in order to understand it, since pointers are most important part of C programming language.
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