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Playing with pointers in C++
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05 Jun 2012 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): David A Saenz
Two simple examples of how pointers and arrays relate to each other. These examples make a pointer point to every element of a 2D and 3D array and print their elements in order using pointer …
Playing with structures in C++
Simple examples of how to work with structures in C++. The examples within the compressed folder include simple code which exemplifies their use to form more complex ones like linked lists. There is …
Playing with shells in C++
Although simple, this example portrays the essential parts of a shell program. In this example we can appreciate how other examples like the tokenizer can get merged with new code to create a new …
Playing with memory in C++
This resource contains a couple of programs exemplifying the use of the function "malloc" for static and dynamic memory allocation. For making the programs understandable, many details have been …
Playing with tokens in C++
In this example, the use of a tokenizer function explains how the process of separating a string into tokens works. A programmer is usually interested in tokens because they serve as a raw input for …
Playing with classes in C++
This is a simple example of how to use classes in C++. The program within the folder is a simple terminal TicTacToe game. It makes use of the TicTacToe class where all data and methods are defined. …
Playing with arrays in C++
28 May 2012 | Teaching Materials | Contributor(s): David A Saenz
Two very simple examples on how to manage multidimensional arrays in C++. The compressed folder contains two examples. One on I/O of a 2D array and another on a 3D one. From these examples, an …
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