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C++ Operator Tutorials
If Statement in C and C++ Tutorial - Part Three
This C and C++ programming tutorial discusses the If Statement, relational operators, and variables as we work on our simple calculator app.
Creating A Simple Compiler: Part 4
This is part four of my tutorial series Creating a Simple Compiler. Today we're going to talk about more parsing techniques, starting with some simple arithmetic parsing, and then getting on to operator precedence.
In this tutorial the # and ## operators are used with the #define macro.
This tutorial tells how built-in operator can be extended to support user-defined types.
A primer on Pointers
The purpose of this tutorial is to introduce “&” and “*” operators
Bit-wise Logical Operators
This tutorial explains how a memory location can be used for various purposes as a set of bits in C++.
In this tutorial, author has explained break, continue operators used in loops and infinite loops. It’s not for the beginners of the loops.
Casting in C++
Casting in C/C++ lets you convert from one data type to another data type that is 'int' to 'char' or 'char' to 'int'. There are several casting operators in C/C++ language like dynamic_cast, static_cast, const_cast, reinterpret_cast and safe_cast.
Garbage Collection In C#
A significant advantage of C# when compared to C++ is the memory management capabilities of the C#. The programmer need not worry about memory management; the garbage collector is assigned this operation on the programmer’s behalf. You will probably know that value data types are stored on the stack while reference data types are stored on the managed heap. The stack stores data value types that are not members of objects. Also, in C# it is always the case that if variable a goes into scope before variable b, then b will go out of scope first. For example, if you declare some variables in a method, these variables will go out of scope when the method ends. However, it maybe sometimes that you need to keep these variables long after the method/function ended. This happens for all data declared with the new operator, the reference types. All reference types are stored in the managed heap, which is under the control of garbage collector.
Overloading Operators: Creating a Rational Class
This tutorial will teach you how to overload most of the operators available in C++, including arithmetic and comparison, in order to create a class that is able to calculate rational numbers.
Lesson 8: Conditional and Logical Operators
New lesson about Logical and Conditional Operators, along with some practical program coding and few interesting examples. You'll notice when you follow this lesson you'll have no problem following the text and learning more "advanced" steps. You'll already be ready for writing your own simple lines of C language!
Lesson 5: Operators and Integer operations
Here's fifth lesson on operators, their priority and laws of casting (transforming) data types in automatic (implicit) or given (explicit) way. Hope you have no problem following my text, I include as much examples I can to help you visualize and understand C++ programming language, eventhough these are C foundations for now. Here we go...
Increment and decrement operators - C++
C++ includes two operators not generally found in other programming languages.
Conversions - C++
The table depicts the usage ofeitherthe casting operator or constructor function depending upon the conversion required.
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. This tutorial discusses one of the minor extensions: the new C++ casting operators.