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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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    CPP – Overview

    C++ is a middle-level programming language developed by Bjarne Stroustrup starting in 1979 at Bell Labs. C++ runs on a variety of platforms, such as Windows, Mac OS, and the various versions of UNIX. This tutorial adopts a simple and practical approach to describe the concepts of C++. C++ is referred as the middle-level programming language […] More