This program will solve quadratic equations. It accepts coefficients of a quadratic equation from the user i.e. a, b and c and displays the roots. To compile the program name it quadratic_solver.cpp then type g++ -o quadratic_solver quadratic_solver.cpp You may need to use math.h like this: #include if you are using windows C++ programming software. (I tried it without the math.h and got an “undeclared identifier” error)
Typically, the best way to learn programming is by writing code. The first program beginners write is “Hello, World!” which is often used to illustrate the syntax of a programming language. You can take a look at the list of Hello World Programs in 300 Programming Languages to see how “Hello, World!” looks like in different programming languages.
This is a C++ implementation of adding time using structures. A structure is a convenient tool for handling a group of logically related data items. Structure help to organize complex data is a more meaningful way. It is powerful concept that we may after need to use in our program Design.
This is a simple C++ Program to demonstrate Inheritance. Simpler methods in the classes have been changed to inline code to shorten the file considerably. In a practical programming situation, methods that are this short should be programmed inline since the actual code to return a simple value is shorter than the code required to send a message to a non-inline method.
This is a C++ implementation of various sorting algorithms. The list of algorithms include Bubble Sort, Heap Sort, Selection Sort, Insertion Sort, Quick Sort, Merge Sort and Shell Sort. A brief description of each sorting algorithm is listed below along with their complexity.