C TUTORIALS

 
This website is developed to help students and fresher’s who start learning C or C++ as their first programming language. There are also plenty of resources for experienced programmers such as library references, programming syntax and programming interview questions

Find the middle element of linked list in C

In order to find middle element of linked list in one pass, you need to maintain two pointers, one increment at each node while other increments after two nodes at a time. By having this arrangement, when first pointer reaches end, second pointer will point to middle element of linked list.

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Introduction to C++ – Lecture Notes

This post contains lecture notes of "Introduction to C++" course which is taught at MIT OpenCourseWare. This is introductory course to the C++ programming language. Anyone with little or no programming experience can equally take this course. However, someone with...

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An Introduction to C++

The ACM Student Magazine has a series of courses to teach C++ and java called "Objective Viewpoint". The tutorials touch on many aspects of object-orientation. The word object has surfaced in more ways than you can count. There are OOPLs (Object-Oriented Programming...

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C++ Operator Overloading Guidelines

Google Code University website provides tutorials and sample course content so CS students and educators can learn more about current computing technologies and paradigms. In particular, this content is Creative Commons licensed which makes it easy for CS educators to...

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Binary Trees

A binary tree is made of nodes, where each node contains a "left" pointer, a "right" pointer, and a data element. The "root" pointer points to the topmost node in the tree. The left and right pointers recursively point to smaller "subtrees" on either side. Stanford CS...

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256-Color VGA Programming in C

David Brackeen has a very good tutorial on VGA graphics programming for DOS in C programming. The tutorial is a five part C programming tutorial which covers VGA basics, Primitive Shapes & Lines, Bitmaps & Palette Manipulation, Mouse Support & Animation...

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Arrays as Data Structure in C/C++ Programming

As discussed in the previous post, there are two types of data structures available to C and C++ programmers. One is already built into the programming language and other one is a bit complex in a sense that it can be implemented using the built in data structures and...

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Data Structure Articles

The basic aim of mycplus.com website was to develop a website for students of C/C++ and data structures. There are lots of tutorials and source code covering different aspects of C/C++ programming language. Today I have decided to write few articles about data...

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Unions and Structures

What is a union? A union in C programming is a user defined variable which may hold members of different sizes and type. Union uses a single memory location to hold more than one variable. We can use the unions in the following locations. Share a single memory...

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Linux kernel coding style

This is a short document describing the preferred coding style for the linux kernel. Coding style is very personal, and I won't _force_ my views on anybody, but this is what goes for anything that I have to be able to maintain, and I'd prefer it for most other things...

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Indian Hill C Coding Styles and Standards

This document is a result of a committee formed at Indian Hill to establish a common set of coding standards and recommendations for the Indian Hill community. The scope of this work is the coding style, not the functional organization of programs. The standards in...

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More on Inheritance in C++

In Object Oriented Programming Inheritance is the process by which objects of one class acquire the properties and functionality of objects of another class. It supports the concept of hierarchical classification. For example, the bird robin is a part of the class...

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