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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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C pointers
C pointers
"C pointers Pointers are variables pointers need to be assigned like variables pointers contain memory addresses often to another variable "
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Bit Flags Tutorial with Example
Bit Flags Tutorial with Example
C/C++: Bit Flags Bit flags , or bit fields are a great way of storing several boolean values in a single byte (or ...
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Makefiles
Makefiles
The venerable make utility is one of the oldest source control methods that exists.
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 Bits
Bits
It is often instructive to display the bits of a value. (This is similar to 'converting' an integer to binary.) The way I have done this in this snippet is to start at the most significant bit and work your way through all the rest of the bits.
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Basic C, for beginners!
Basic C, for beginners!
Hey again, today, we're going to learn our first script, i'm not talking as simple as hello world, but I will go over that, expanding on it, just to show some features available to you.
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Array Sorting Algorithms V
Array Sorting Algorithms V
This tutorial is the fifth part of the "Array Sorting Algorithms" series. In Array Sorting Algorithms V, we will explore a very simple sorting algorithm that you can implement quickly and easily. A basic knowledge of C++ is, as always, necessary to fully grasp this tutorial.
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Array Sorting Algorithms I
Array Sorting Algorithms I
This tutorial will show you two algoritms commonly used for sorting arrays or vectors. A knowledge of at least arrays, and possibly vectors is extremley helpful for this tutorial.
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Array Sorting Algorithms IV
Array Sorting Algorithms IV
This tutorial is the fourth installment of my "Array Sorting Algorithms" tutorial series. In this tutorial, I will be showing you a completely ineffective method of sorting arrays for educational and contrast purposes. Seriously... DO NOT EVER use the code I am about to show you in an actual program. Also, a basic knowledge of C++ (functions, arrays, etc...) is necessary to continue in this tutorial.
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Array Searching Algorithms I
Array Searching Algorithms I
This tutorial will show you a simple algorithm for searching data in arrays. Knowledge of arrays and the basics of the C++ language (functions, loops etc...) is necessary before reading this tutorial.
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Array Searching Algoritms II
Array Searching Algoritms II
This tutorial is a sequel to my previous tutorial on Array Searching Algorithms. Array Searching Algorithms II will teach you a much more efficient way of searching an array of data. As with the previous tutorial, a firm grasp on Arrays and the basics of the C++ language is required.
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Array Members Counter
Array Members Counter
Today I'd Like to Show You How to Make a Simple Program that will Count and tell us How many Positive and Negative Members are there in an Array..
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Intro to Intel Assembly Language: Part 9B
Intro to Intel Assembly Language: Part 9B
All right, here's part 9B of my tutorial series, Intro to Intel Assembly Language. This has clearly gone beyond the "intro" point, but I'm keeping the name so that followers don't say "WTF...it's gone!" Anyway, today we're going to advance a bit with our foray into the graphics world.
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Allegro Game Library
Allegro Game Library
This is a guide to the Allegro Game library, an awesome C library which works on windows, unix, mac OS X, heck, it even works on BeOS and QNX.
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Intro to Intel Assembly Language: Part 8
Intro to Intel Assembly Language: Part 8
Hello, and welcome back to my long-overdue eighth part of my tutorial series. If you haven't checked out the previous seven parts, you might want to unless you know what you're doing. Anyway, in this part I'll be going over some Linux system calls you can make in your assembly programs.
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