C Calculator Program

This is a simple calculator written in C language and works under DOS prompt. The calculator performs all the basic arithematic operations including addition, subtraction, trignometric calculations, and many other functions. It can also calculate logrithms, powers, and roots of integer numbers.

* MYCPLUS Sample Code – http://www.mycplus.com […]

Stack implementation with array

This java code basically implements stack functionality. It can Pop and Push an item in stack with the help of array. The item can only be an integer number and inernally the java program uses arrays to maintain items in stack.

* MYCPLUS Sample Code – http://www.mycplus.com *
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Lame – MP3 Software

LAME is an educational software to be used for learning about MPEG Audio Layer III (MP3) encoding. The goal of the LAME project is to use the open source model to improve the psycho acoustics, noise shaping and speed of MP3. LAME is distributed as source code only.
LAME features:

Many improvements in quality in speed over […]

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Exception Handling in C#

An exception usually signals an error. Thought it doesn’t always indicate an eror, it can also signal some particularly unusual even in your program that deserves special attention.
Exception & Errors Handling
No mater how good our program is, it always have to be able to handle possible errors. Most applications today contain some form of error […]

What’s new in C++?

As we begin the study of C++ and object oriented programming, a few commentsare in order to help you get started. Since the field of object oriented programming is probably new to you, you will find that there is a significant amount of new terminology for you to grasp. This is true of any new endeavor and you should
be warned not to be intimidated by all of the new concepts.

We will add a few new topics in each tutorial and you will slowly grasp the entire language.
Comments in C++
Examine the file named CONCOM.CPP for an example of several new things in C++. We will take the CONCOM.CPP new constructs one at a time beginning with the comments.

A comment begins with the double slash “//”, starts anywhere on a line, and runs to the end of that line where it is automatically terminated. The old method of comment definition used with ANSI- C can also be used with C++ as illustrated in lines 11 through 14, among other places in this program. The new method is the preferred method of comment definition because it is impossible to inadvertently comment out several lines of code. This can be done by forgetting to include the end of comment notation when using the older C method of comment notation. Good programming practice would be to use the new method for all comments and reserve the old method for use in commenting out a section of code during debugging since the two methods can be nested.

It would be well to caution you at this point however, that you should not use comments when the same sense of program definition can be obtained by using meaningful names for variables, constants, and functions. The careful selection of variable and function names can make nearly any code self documenting and you should strive to achieve this in your code.

Working with Namespaces in C#

Every application begins with a namespace in C# .NET that has the same name as the project. Of course, you can change the namespace to anything you like in order to maintain compatibility with other projects.

For example we declared namespace Mycplus.CSharpBasics while taking an Overview of C#. We can write the whole application with in […]


This graphical scientific calculator purely written in C programming language. It uses small functions to draw buttons on the screen and perform scientific operations like conversion, logrithm, and other operations. Every operation can be performed using the mouse buttons as well as keyboard. It can perform almost all the functions shown on the screen […]

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Statements in C#

The real nuts and bolts of a programming languages is that which controls the flow of a program called statements.
Types of Statements in C#
C# borrows most of its statements directly from C and C++, though there are some noteworthy additions and modifications.

Expression & Control statements
Labeled & goto statements

Control statements allow to branch the code depending […]