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3245 - Collections in C and C++ - arrays, vectors and heap memory blocks
If you want to hold multiple values within a table in a program, you'll want to use some form of collection or table - and in many languages including C++ and C, the most straightforward type of collection is an array. An array occupies sequential locations in the computer's memory when your progr ....

3244 - C and C++ - preprocess, compile, load, run - what each step is for
C and C++ original source code goes through a number of steps on its way to becoming a runnable program. 1. The C Preprocessor is run on the original source. This takes the source lines that start with a # character and acts on them as directed. (It does a bit more too - more about that anon!) 2 ....

3243 - Breaking the running sequence - an introduction to conditional statements and loops
A program is a series of instructions which are run in sequestially - or so you'll be told when you start programming. And, indeed, that's the default - the way it is unless you write code to do something different. "A program is a series of statemnets each separated by [something] which run one a ....

3242 - How to return 2 values from a function (C++ and C) - more uses of pointers
A further example (following previous article [here]) of where pointers are particularly useful is where you want to return nore than one resulting value from a function ... in C, that's something you couldn't really do without them. There are two ways: a) A function returns a single value ... but ....

3241 - Spring in the countryside near Melksham
After spending a few hour inside Christie Miller looking, enjoying the model railway exhibition, we took a walk in the countryside near Melksham. Downstream of the bypass bridge, the river meanders through open countryside accompanied by the TransWilts railway line just to the north. We're in the s ....

3240 - Melksham Town Council - vacancy in the Spa Ward
STOP PRESS The URL of this web page was accidentally quoted as the place to find details of the Melksham Forward meeting on 26th April 2011. Please see [HERE] instead. Thanks - Graham There's a vacancy on Melksham Town Councillor for The Melksham Spa Ward, and a byelection will be held there ....

3239 - TrainWest, 2011 in pictures - Christie Miller, Bowerhill, Melksham
Open tomorrow (Sunday 10th April) too. Next year ... Saturday 14th April 2012 and Sunday 15th April 2012 ....

3238 - Bradshaw, Ben and Bill. And some C and C++ pointers and references too.
I have a scarse original of the January, 1960 edition of Bradshaw's guide. Bill and Ben are on my course, and they both want to take a look at it. So I take a perfect photocopy of it, and I pass that copy to Bill with the original handed, with great reverance, to Ben. Bill and Ben both spend some ....

3237 - Using functions to keep look and feel apart from calculations - simple C example
There are a number of distinct elements in any program. • There's the look and feel of the program to the outside world - what it says as it prompts, how its forms are displayed on a web page, the formatting of the results, how it reports errors, etc. • There's the calculation bit that ....

3236 - C - a first program that does something useful for you
Any language has a whole number of different types of element that come together to make a whole. Let's take a spoken language such as English. You need nouns - they're 'thing' words like "platypus" and "road", "carrot" and "Walter". Then you need verbs to join them together - they're 'doing' wo ....

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