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iPhone navigation bar plus table view application howoto
iPhone navigation bar plus table view application howoto
This tutorial is an introduction to iPhone navigation bar plus table view application
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Multi view iPhone application  table views and navigation bar
Multi view iPhone application table views and navigation bar
Basic intro to using Multi view iPhone application, table views and navigation bar
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Making .exe files with Linux
Making .exe files with Linux
CodeCall Intro: My tutorial today will be about how to compile an executable (.exe) for Windows on a Linux system. This will be a method to cross-compile to Windows without requiring a virtual machine or emulation on your end and can speed testing when required.
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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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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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10 steps to UNIX nirvana
10 steps to UNIX nirvana
This article provides 10 effective methods that can increase your productivity. The examples in this article use tcsh version 6 as a reference, but the ideas are portable to all variants of UNIX shells. It also refers to several open source tools available for the UNIX platform.
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Multi-dimensional arrays
Multi-dimensional arrays
There is nothing that says an array has to be limited to 1 dimension. In fact, you can have an arbitrary number of dimensions in an array. 2 dimensional arrays are quite common, especially for storing things like screen coordinates or tables of data.
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 XML Serialization In C#
XML Serialization In C#
Serialization is the process of persisting an object to disk. Another application can deserialize your object and it will be in the same state it was before the serialization. This tutorial talks about XML serialization. The namespace containing classes and methods suitable for such a serialization is System.Xml.Serialization.
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 STRUCTS In C#
STRUCTS In C#
Structs, similar to classes, are used to define various objects in your code. They are stored on the stack, rather than in the managed heap. This means that they are value-type objects and thus, when you pass a struct as a parameter in a function, a copy of the object is actually passed to that function. This can affect the performance of your code if you use structs for large objects. However, since the .Net does not bring in the managed heap, structs are more suitable for small objects of limited functionality and with no inheritance capabilities.
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Size and range of C++ data types - C++
Size and range of C++ data types - C++
The table lists the data types available in C++, the number of bytes each data type occupies and their range
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Less a tutorial than a problem-solver
Less a tutorial than a problem-solver
Despite its highly adaptable and flexible nature, C++ is also one of the more complex programming languages to learn. Once mastered, however, it can help you organize and process information with amazing efficiency and quickness.

Here C++ tutorials will make your path to mastery much shorter. This practical, problem-solving guide is ideal if you're an engineer, programmer, or researcher writing an application for one of the legions of platforms on which C++ runs. The algorithms provided in C++ tuturials will jump-start your development by giving you some basic building blocks that you don't have to develop on your own.
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Conversions - C++
Conversions - C++
The table depicts the usage ofeitherthe casting operator or constructor function depending upon the conversion required.
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