There are total 56 c/c++ source code files, with 697,274 hits in total.
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To configure the program, edit the file â€œjsconfig.hâ€. Since this is a general configuration file, not all settings may apply to this package. If in doubt, use grep or anything else to find out if a specific configuration symbol is used somewhere.
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FLIB2C is a tool to create header files that provide a simple and easy-to-use interface between FORTRAN (library) routines and C.
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In a lot of programs my gensort-utility turned out to be very useful. It consists simply of the header file â€œgensort.hâ€œ, contained in the above package. To obtain a sorting routine, simply define the name of the routine, the data type you want to sort and how to compare items with preprocessor symbols.
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This is implementation of Bayer-Trees, which are normally used for indices of data bases.
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This C program actually simulates the stack operations graphically and in text mode. User can Add, Delete, Search, and Replace the items from stack.
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This graphical scientific calculator purely written in C programming language. It uses small functions to draw buttons on the screen.
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This program is written in pure C programming language. The interface of the C program is just like Turbo C/C++ compiler like interface
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This is a small utility to calculate the net income by checking a personâ€™s salary and monthly expenses, on the basis of this information it calculates the loss/profit.
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It is a small program that shows a smal C program written in text mode graphics. It compiles the program and shows its output.
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Algorithms are at the core of computing. To be able to write an algorithm once and for all to work with any type of sequence makes your programs both simpler and safer. The ability to customize algorithms at runtime has revolutionalized software development.
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The iostreams classes are usually the first part of the C++ library that new C++ programmers learn to use. This chapter discusses how iostreams are an improvement over C's stdio facilities and explores the behavior of file and string streams in addition to the standard console streams.
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The Standard C++ Library: Templates
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Container classes are the solution to a specific kind of code reuse problem. They are building blocks used to create object-oriented programs' they make the internals of a program much easier to construct.
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Standard C++ not only incorporates all the Standard C libraries (with small additions and changes to support type safety), it also adds libraries of its own. The string class member functions provide a fairly comprehensive set of tools for creating, modifying, and searching in strings.
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This source code introduces the important and yet nontraditional "patterns" approach to program design.