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    How to install Python 3.7.x on Linux?

    So after very long time I am writing something on my blog. Hell yeah! So this article is all about how to install latest python on Ubuntu, Debian, Linux Mint. Why to install 3.7.x? Upgrading is always good but sometimes it isn’t. All of you developers know why? For more about the latest version 3.7.0. […] More

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    How to get Pluralsight 3 month subscription for free – 2018

    Pluralsight is one of the leading online learning platforms where enthusiasts can learn what ever they want to. Instructors of pluralsight are highly experienced and talented that’s why most of the public recommend pluralsight but the sad part is most of the student can’t afford charges of pluralsight. Good News, Microsoft is supporting aspirants who […] More

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    CPP – Access Labels

    Okay as I previously introduced you the 3 access labels here is a detailed post on these buddies. Believe me these 3 things will be with us forever if you wanted to be in Computer Science field XD. Access specifiers in C++ class defines the access control rules. C++ has 3 new keywords introduced, namely, […] More

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    CPP – Classes & Objects

    As from previous lessons we learned CPP has a concept called OOP and we will talk in detail about OOP later. In this lesson you’ll be learning how to create classes and instances of classes. Classes : A class is used to specify the form of an object and it combines data representation and methods for […] More

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    CPP – Structures

    Structure is a collection of variables of different data types under a single name. It is similar to a class in that, both hold a collection of data of different data types. You can use structures to define your own data types; For example: Let’s say you want to store the details of students in a class […] More

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    CPP – References

    A reference is another name of the existing variable, once the variable is initialized with the variable then, either the reference or variable name can be used to access the variable. What is the difference between a reference and a pointer? You cannot have NULL references. You must always be able to assume that a […] More

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    CPP – Finishing the Basics

    As we know that C++ language is a superset of C and mostly all the features of C are inherited by C++. And I’ve also posted all tutorials on C before it will be redundant if I’ll post these tutorials again. Topics like loops, conditional statements, operators, decision making, functions, arrays, strings, modifiers, specifiers, etc. […] More

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    CPP – Storage Classes

    A storage class defines the scope and lifetime (visibility) of a variable or a function in a program’s lifetime. These specifiers precede the type that they modify. There are following storage classes, which can be used in a C++ Program: auto static register extern mutable Auto Storage Class By Default, all variables and functions that you […] More

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    CPP – DataTypes

    C++ have a variety of data types and these datatypes made easy for a programmer to decide in between these choices according to his needs. Using these datatypes programmers and designers can build an efficient software with fewer bugs. While writing the program in any language, you need to use various variables to store various information. […] More

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    CPP – Setting Up Environment

    C++ is a general-purpose programming language and widely used nowadays for competitive programming. It has imperative, object-oriented and generic programming features. C++ runs on lots of platform like Windows, Linux, Unix, Mac etc. Before we start programming with C++. We will need an environment to be set-up on our local computer to compile and run […] More

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