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Pointers to functions
Pointers to functions
Function pointers are one of those odd elements of C++ that don't always have an obvious application.
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Read an Integer from the User
Read an Integer from the User
"Read an Integer from the User, Part 1 Obtaining user input can be done in many surprisingly different ways."
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Reading and Writing Files in C
Reading and Writing Files in C
This tutorial will show you how to read and write files in C.
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Read a Line of Text from the User
Read a Line of Text from the User
"Read a Line of Text from the User Obtaining user input can be done in many surprisingly different ways."
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new looping techniques
new looping techniques
Here are a few out of the box looping techniques.
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Read a Floating-Point Value from the User
Read a Floating-Point Value from the User
"Read a Floating-Point Value from the User, Part 1 Obtaining user input can be done in many surprisingly different ways."
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masking
masking
in this short tutorial we see the basic use of comparing and working with data at bit level. Here we check for odd and even numbers by comparing them at the bit level.
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MD5 Hash
MD5 Hash
In this tutorial I will show you how to get an MD5 Hash of a file or a string.
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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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malloc(); in C [Short tutorial]
malloc(); in C [Short tutorial]
Hey! Guyz.. Welcome to my very short tutorial explaining basic uses of "malloc" function in C language.
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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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Keywords less used
Keywords less used
In c, there are some keywords the usage of which is not very clearly defined (in textbooks).
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How to use scanf in C.
How to use scanf in C.
A lot of new C programmers have trouble with scanf().
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How to make and use a library
How to make and use a library
I'm going to show you how to make and use a library in C.
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Getting Started (C Programming)
Getting Started (C Programming)
This tutorial will bring light to the common question:
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