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The Battlebot program can be used as a final project for a computer programming class. It can be written in Python, which is another programming language. For the purpose of programming, it is going to be done in C++ showing how to work with multiple functions and menus as well.
Published by Bruce Bostwick 75 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +0 votes | 0 comments
The article discusses the order of construction and destruction of objects in C++ for automatic object allocation on stack. In other words, here we discuss the order in which the special member functions - constructors and destructors would be automatically invoked when objects are created. The article also contains sample code with four classes to illustrate the discussed concept.
Published by Anusha Jain 75 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +2 votes | 3 comments
The lesson is not only being able to create an application using menus but also to work with a Math Quiz as an example. It generates numbers randomly and the objective is to get the answer right. If you get it right, it will say so but if not, then it will give the correct answer.
Published by Bruce Bostwick 75 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +0 votes | 0 comments
One area that can save time with coding is involving the idea of a function template. In C++, it is quite possible to create one. The difficulty in being able to perform this operation is that it would be on the intermediate level. You will learn the basic steps and also see an example of how it looks.
Published by Bruce Bostwick 75 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +0 votes | 0 comments
This is a demonstration of how to create a game using switch statements and the random function. It is the game of chance being created in C++. Inside will show key components on what to look for when doing so and an introduction to new libraries and keywords into the mix.
Published by Bruce Bostwick 75 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +0 votes | 0 comments
Programmers who create computer programs that have subsystems communicating with each other should consider using Java Message System (JMS) for inter-process communication rather than Remote Procedural Calls. Java Message System is easy to implement and time-saving. There are many more advantages that make JMS the preferred method for inter-process communication.
Published by Madhushan Muthukumar 75 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +1 votes | 1 comments
A lesson in C++ programming is working with the switch statement. It is a technique utilized for the purpose of being able to work with specific conditions. It could be to track users online or in this case the frequency of a number being used. While it may seem like it is going to be a challenge, it isnÂ’t once you understand the pattern.
Published by Bruce Bostwick 75 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +0 votes | 0 comments
The concept of database is often times misunderstood as well as the components that make up the database. To fully understand and give clear meaning to database, its basic concepts are discussed as well as the part of entities, attributes and entity set. This article will guide readers for about database concepts.
Published by Gimpao Ni Ei Suuh 75 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +6 votes | 3 comments
In programming, there is a function created known as random. Its purpose is to be able to generate different numbers. An example that is going to be demonstrated is working with rolling the dice. This program is written in C++. Just follow the steps below and you should have no problems eventually expanding it to go further.
Published by Bruce Bostwick 75 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +0 votes | 0 comments
A scroll bar is typically used to increase or decrease a value such as when we want to change the color setting of our computer’s monitor through the Control Panel’s Display object or to increase or decrease the volume of our computer’s digital audio speaker. The scroll bar acts as a sliding scale with a starting point and ending point, including the values in between.
Published by Nida Cabauatan Abarca 74 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +3 votes | 3 comments
This article explains about the use of creating a class in C++ programming. It is a task that is not real easy but can be mastered with practice. There is also the demonstration of working with objects as well and how to implement them successfully. Doing this will add to your skill set when working with C++.
Published by Bruce Bostwick 75 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +1 votes | 1 comments
Recursion is an item that sometimes could be used in writing a program. It can be done in a way so that the function would be able to call itself consistently until there was a case that stopped it. In C++, it will be shown when dealing with factorials in a manner that is easy enough to understand.
Published by Bruce Bostwick 75 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +0 votes | 1 comments
Piping is a way of chaining tow or more programs while filtering is the combination of redirection and piping. This article guides readers to fully understand the concept of piping and filtering. It also gives guide regarding the proper way of piping and filtering by giving an example on how to do so.
Published by RAVENA 75 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +1 votes | 0 comments
The lesson from C++ involves the use of exception handling. Inside will demonstrate what will happen if there isnÂ’t any item whatsoever used to catch what could terminate the program unexpectedly. At the same time, it will show the proper procedure needed to catch any data that could terminate the program. For this example, it is involving dividing by zero in two formats as previously mentioned.
Published by Bruce Bostwick 76 months ago in Computer Programming & Languages | +0 votes | 0 comments
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