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When the source code of computer software is accessible, not proprietary, the software is referred to as open source. In proprietary software, the source code – essentially the set of computer instructions written by programmers – is privately owned and its use is restricted. In contrast, open source software allows public access of the source code.
Published by Graciela Sholander 67 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +20 votes | 7 comments
Sorting of numbers in increasing or decreasing order is not a very hard work until we have a lot of numbers to be sorted. But if we have such a job, we look for some programming which can make our job easy. Here I am going to describe how to write a fortran90 code for sorting numbers in certain order.
Published by Sonia 67 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +5 votes | 0 comments
Pauli Spin matrices are 2X2 complex matrices which are very frequently used in quantum mechanics. They have some interesting characteristics. One of them is commutation relations. In this article I will prove these commutation relations using fortran90 which is quite a famous and easy programming language. And for doing this, I will also show how to handle complex numbers and to multiply two matrices in fortran90.
Published by Sonia 68 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +4 votes | 0 comments
This article talks about Microsoft OneNote, a virtual organizer where you can get to organized tasks, schedules and virtually everything. Plus it has more features that will really keep the user hooked up to use this feature. This application is a solution to individuals who are on-the-go and like to keep their stuff organize always.
Published by Vas Hassan 68 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +2 votes | 0 comments
Different kinds of polynomial operations can be performed very easily in Matlab. In this article I have described some of them which are often required in engineering, mathematics and physics problems: polynomial declaration; addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of polynomials, finding derivative, polynomial evaluation at a given x and finding roots of a polynomial.
Published by roytanay 68 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +7 votes | 0 comments
Matlab is an interactive computational environment with the capability of large data handling and data visualization. In this article I will describe how to plot multiple graphs in Matlab in two methods- first, by simply creating several functions and second, by using a matrix, which is a more sophisticated method.
Published by roytanay 69 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +6 votes | 0 comments
Smart Pointers are smart way of memory management in C++. This article discusses the concept of smart pointers - what they are, how they manage memory. This is an introductory article and details of syntax and semantic of smart pointers and their usage is out of scope of this article.
Published by Anusha Jain 69 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +3 votes | 0 comments
As we know already, every object in a Unity 3D scene consists of one or more components. These components define the behaviour of the object. Unity 3D comes with a lot of built-in components you can add to your objects, but you can also create your own components. You do this through scripting. In this article, we’ll take a brief look at it.
Published by Arne Gevaert 69 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +0 votes | 0 comments
While writing a large program sometime it becomes useful to pass a function as an argument to another function. Unlike the case of passing simple variables, passing functions is not direct and require some knowledge of syntax. This article describes the method by discussing passing functions of a single variable, multiple variables and pointers.
Published by roytanay 69 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +6 votes | 0 comments
Programming is a problem-solving process, a mental exercise which requires good logical-mathematical skills. In computer term, a programming problem is referred to tasks or procedures that are manually or mechanically done, which can be improved with the aid of technology. Development in technology to improve man’s life lies on the principles and practices of computer programming. Programmers, Information Technology or Computer Science students, programming enthusiasts alike, use varied t...
Published by maylene udtojan 69 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +0 votes | 0 comments
Unity3D is a game engine, a program used for creating games for Mac and PC, iOS and Android, and on webpages. If you have multiple projects you’re working on, it can sometimes be a pain to have to close one in order to be able to open the other. This is where you would need a way to open two instances of Unity. In this article, I show you how to do this.
Published by Arne Gevaert 69 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +0 votes | 0 comments
Fibonacci sequence is a famous integer sequence in mathematics. The Fibonacci numbers appearing in the sequence rapidly increase with n so that we need to implement special technique for determining them. This article describes how to find both positive and negative Fibonacci numbers in C using arrays and base 1000. The program is capable of finding arbitrarily large Fibonacci numbers only limited by the memory available in the computer used.
Published by roytanay 69 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +9 votes | 2 comments
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