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4339 - Command line and file handling in C
A simple new example of command line and file handling from yesterday's C course - [here] - reading all the files named on the command line, and reporting on the length of each of them. It's so easy to go straight from "Hello World" tp a very complex example, and loose all the delegates / readers a ....

4338 - Passing arrays into functions in C
When passing arrays into functions in C, you can specify just the array name and C will pass in a pointer to the first element of the array (i.e. &abc[0] is the same as saying just abc ). Within your functions, you can then use array style notation with square brackets, or pointers. There's an ....

4337 - Learning to program sample program - past its prime, but still useful
On a "Learning to Program in xxxx" day, we start off from basics and develop (first) a very simple input - calculate - output program then (second) we extend it to include conditional code and repeated code. During the course of the day, delegates will ask "what about xxxx" and "could it do yyyy", ....

4336 - Test Driven Development - a first example of principle in C
If you're writing a substantial chunk of code, chances are that you'll want to split it down into manageable pieces. By doing so, you can make for re-usable code, for clearer code when you come to maintain your application, and for code that you can test section by section. I'm going to encourage y ....

4335 - Flexible public courses - residential or commuting, programming newcomer or experienced, C or C++
The art of providing excellent niche courses at a sensible price comes from having the flexibility to cater for various backgrounds and requirements through the common code. A course starts tomorrow morning, and I've got a near-perfect group of three delegates. One delegate has already arrived, i ....

4334 - Splitting out code into name blocks for clarity and reusability
When you first write code - "a program" - there's a big temptation to start at the top and write on down to the bottom, putting all the code more or less sequentially in your program's source file. In the case of Java, which I was teaching last week, that would have meant within the main method (we ....

4333 - Misty Melksham Morning
A misty autumn morning - and the first Sunday meet of a little group of dog walkers in Melksham - I went along (and Billy, Gypsy and I took these pictures). Idea - to help socialise some of the dogs and (I understand) some of ourselves too. Great time had by all ... thanks to the organisers ... loo ....

4332 - First Java Application - calculating the weight of a tablecloth
From last week's Java course - the first practical demonstration program I wrote: • prompts for user input • reads that input • calculates • outputs results That's the stage I look to get to quickly on a course to give my delegates some idea early on of how the language goes tog ....

4331 - Musings on a Welsh town
When I'm away, I try to take in / visit places I wouldn't normally get to - see a little bit of some towns otherwise missed as I speed past, and see how a different half lives. This week, I stayed in a cottage just up a Welsh Valley - up on the hillside, out of the town, in the trees. The first he ....

4330 - Java - factory method, encapsulation, hashmap example
Many of the Java examples on our web site that are used to illustrate the utility classes in Java.util are written using String objects as both key and value - however, on the Java course just completed I wrote a somewhat more complex examples to show the relationship between various aspects of the ....

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