by Derek Jackson
Unzip the file and open the text document to view the tutorial on Arrays for Beginners!
by Callens Bob
Some functions to show the use of recursion in programming. This contains Fibonacci,Towers of Hanoi,Ackermann function
|Introduction to the Registry|
by Matthew Stride
Learn how to use the power of the windows registry with this simple tutorial. Topics covered are an introduction to the regedit tool that comes with windows, reading, writing, creating and deleting registry values and keys and generating a list of all values and data within a registry key.
|Make a companion (kinda)|
Have you ever needed a to hear something from your computer besides that grinding it makes and the humming? MAKE IT TALK!!!
|Some String/Memory Functions in C/ASM (not yet commented)|
Some String/Memory Functions in C/ASM (no comments yet) I may submit some comments to when people ask for it. This code is IMO only usefull for who are coding an emulator and need some extra speed, which this code will probably give. Please note that a lot of the ASM code could still be optimized a bit, but that I leave to you ;)
|actual cloning of a function|
by Andres Tremols
Really nifty, A function's bytecode buffer is copied to a "string"
and then executed via a function pointer to that string. Shows some basic of dynamic linking, assembly, and C internals.
|Huffman Trees for Data Compression|
by Pradeep P Chandiramani
Data Compression is a one of the most renowned branches of the Computer Science. Over the years, a lot of research has been done in this field to compress data into numerous ways and many standards have been developed. Data Compression can be defined as reducing the amount of storage space required to store given amount of data. Data compression comes with lots of advantages, it saves storage space, bandwidth, cost and TIME required to transmit data from one place to another. In thi ... (see entry for full description)
|What are DLLs|
by Bindesh Kumar Singh
The article describes how to create dll. Gives very primary details and code of the dll project.
by Jim''s Tools at Consultant.com
FAQs about CPUs/OSs: The Stack Frame, Virtual/Physical Memory, GPFs, the Heap, and especially Intel/AMD CPUs. Enlightening for C/C++ programmers, essential knowledge for ASM programmers. (RTF file can be opened by most word processors including MS Word and Wordpad)
|The Art of Writing Quality Software|
This is a tutorial whic will explain to you how to write maintainable, robust, efficient, reliable, portable, reusable software and will also give you some ideas and advice on how to go about this by giving you an understanding of coupling, cohesion, testing, code documentation and so on.
|Compiler Tutorial : Part IV|
by coder banna
This is the IV part Of my compiler tutorial...if no encouragement will be given to me or no mails then this is the last installment....if u will support me than i will go furthur
|Open USB drives from desktop|
by lahiru chandima
This article demonstrates how to create a simple program which can open USB drives connected to the computer from the desktop.