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Trees 101
Trees 101
In the last tutorial, I compared the efficiency of searches and inserting elements for arrays and linked lists. While arrays offer better efficiency on searches, linked lists offer better efficiency for inserting elements. What would be nice is to have the best of both worlds.
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How to do beat detection
How to do beat detection
According to this tutorial to detect beat, different steps are required which calculate the amplitude of sound. And finally analyze data and compare the values to count the beat.
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 Garbage Collection In C#
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 programmerís 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.
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Constants
Constants
There are two main ways of defining constants in C++, and we'll review and compare both of them, seeing their advantages and disadvantages.
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Introduction to C Programming
Introduction to C Programming
An introductory tutorial on C programming. Starts from the very basics, this tutorial shows the commands and the syntax of C, compared to Pascal's.
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