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Using Property Lists to Streamline Your Code
Using Property Lists to Streamline Your Code
Cut down on programming time and code bloat while increasing manageability and readability in your projects by stashing constants in property lists.
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How to make an online game tapper
How to make an online game tapper
How to make an online game tapper� in vb.net.
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Reading Command Line Arguments
Reading Command Line Arguments
This is a simple tutorial that will show you how to read command line arguments and how to parse them with getopt.
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Read a Line of Text from the User
Read a Line of Text from the User
"Read a Line of Text from the User Obtaining user input can be done in many surprisingly different ways."
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Inline function
Inline function
In this tutorial we wil see the use of inline functions.
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mysql connection example
mysql connection example
Mysql is a database, and to gain access to the data within C++ you will need to be able to "talk" to the database via queries (just like on the mysql command line interface e.g. select * from tablename), the connection process is very similar to the command line interface you will need to supply connection details as in hostname (localhost normally), username, password, database to use and also there are other details that you can pass e.g port number more information can be gained from the MYSQL API pages
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Drawing graphs of functions in a console application
Drawing graphs of functions in a console application
Hmmm... I missed this place... I decided to come back with a little tutorial. Its about drawing graphs in a console application using C++. Drawing graphs of non-linear functions is not that easy.
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Command Line Arguments
Command Line Arguments
This tutorial will show you how to eliminate the needs for menus and complex user interactions with your C++ programs. Using the information presented here will allow you to create much simpler input systems for your programs.
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But It Worked On MY Computer...
But It Worked On MY Computer...
Portability is becoming increasingly more important nowadays with the 32-/64-bit dichotomy. Writing portable code means that something you write will compile and run on a variety of different systems with no modification to the source code. Just because it compiles doesn't mean it'll run properly. Here I will outline some common mistakes and assumptions that make code unportable, and how to avoid them.
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Linear and Binary Search Algorithms
Linear and Binary Search Algorithms
An introduction to search algorithms including implementations of the linear and binary ones; the binary being implemented iteratively as well as recursively.
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Command Line Arguments
Command Line Arguments
Here is a detail tutorial about command line arguments in C++.
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How to begin writing games
How to begin writing games
In this tutorial author has written a commented time line and mixed some General info, tips and tricks into it.
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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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3D Basis
3D Basis
In this tutorial author outlined the mathematics with good knowledge of linear algebra (vectors and matrices).
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Command-line arguments
Command-line arguments
It illustrates why and how one or more command-line arguments are used to pass information from the command line to program in UNIX.
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