Author: M. Saqib

C# Programming Tutorials

In June 2000, Microsoft announced both the .NET platform and a new programming language called C#. C# is a simple, modern, object oriented, and type-safe programming language derived from C and C++. C# (pronounced “C...

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C Programming Tutorials

The C programming language is a general programming language. It can be used to program anything, like computers, embedded systems, operating systems and computer applications. It is a structured and procedural programming language. In the beginning it was developed for UNIX, for system development but due to its ease of use and simplicity it has been used for application development. It is now being used at almost any computer platform and operating system. It is an excellent programming language for due to its simplicity of expression, the compactness of the code, and the wide range of applicability.

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Object Oriented Programming

Since the invention of the computer, many programming approaches have been tried. These included techniques such as modular programming, top-down programming, bottom-up programming and structured programming. The primary...

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C++ Programming Tutorials

The C++ language is a superset of the C language. You could write C++ programs like C programs (a few of the programs in this section of tutorials are like that), or you could take advantage of the object oriented features of...

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Shopping Cart for E-Commerce Websites

Having a shopping cart for an e-commerce website is must. Either a shopping cart can be build from scratch which is just a waste of time and effort. There are thousands of shopping carts available, which are free and can be...

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Quicksort implementation in C

Quicksort is a well-known sorting algorithm developed by C.A.R. Hoare: Quicksort. QuickSort is an efficient algorithm based on Divide and Conquer rule and is still a commonly used algorithm for sorting. It works by selecting a ‘pivot’ element from the array and partitioning the other elements into two sub-arrays and recursively sorting them.

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