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Using Structures
Using Structures
Structures are a very important and useful part of C programming. They are commonly called structs, because that is how they are named in C. Structs are used to group many variable types under one name.
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Structures
Structures
Structure is used in c language to group elements together. For eg we wish to store a date say for today 31/3/2010, we can assign 3 integer datatype, day which is hear '31', month which is '3', year which is '2010'.
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Objects and Classes
Objects and Classes
Structures help to group data elements, functions help to organise program that perform a task Object of a class are similar to variables to structures. A class contain data items and member functions
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Linked Lists
Linked Lists
Now let's look at what we can actually do with pointers. The ability to dynamically allocate memory is all well and good, but so what? We'll look at one of the most basic concepts that relies on pointers: a linked list. A linked list is simply a collection of structures called nodes, along with a pointer to the first and last node.
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Difference between c and c++
Difference between c and c++
C does not have any classes or objects. It is procedure and function driven. There is no concept of access through objects and structures are the only place where there is a access through a compacted variable. c++ is object oriented.
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Basic Data Structures
Basic Data Structures
In this tutorial the basic data structure Stack is discussed in detail.
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ADO Programming
ADO Programming
The program used in tutorial was built and tested under MS Visual Studio 6. ADO Programming can be used under .NET or in the MFC structure. Make sure Windows API libraries are available.
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C++ Understanding Basic Data Types
C++ Understanding Basic Data Types
There are several basic types in C++, each of which has various modifications available. These are: booleans, characters, integers, floating-points, enumerations, and void. Pointers, arrays, references, data structures and classes are built around the basic types and are discussed in other tutorials.
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C++ Searching and Inserting: Arrays vs Linked Lists
C++ Searching and Inserting: Arrays vs Linked Lists
In this tutorial, we'll look at some properties of arrays and linked lists, and try to find a way to get the best of each structure.
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 Collections In C#
Collections In C#
Sometimes is necessary to hold more than one object in your program as an object, a part, of a bigger collection. For example, one might want to store information about each book in his possession. So, a collection which represents these books must be defined. The C# language and the .Net environment offer you numerous techniques for implementing these kinds of collections in your code. One of those techniques is by using a collection structure.
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 Reference Data Types
Reference Data Types
Reference types provide excellent flexibility and performance of large structures. This is the reason that classes are reference types and structs are data value types. As you will probably know, reference types do not store the actual value of the object but a pointer to a memory location. This pointer is stored on the stack whereas the object itself is located in the managed heap.
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Structured Programming - How it is important in field of Software Development
Structured Programming - How it is important in field of Software Development
Structured Programming - How it is important in field of Software Development
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Introducing Structs
Introducing Structs
A tutorial for beginners, offerring a look into C++ structures. How structures can be defined, created, accessed and what is their actual use. Includes example code.
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Switch Case
Switch Case
About the switch case structure.
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Structures
Structures
Structures, all about 'em, and how to use 'em.
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