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Learn programming with C++ : Mathematical Operations

Previous Post Link: Learn programming with C++ : Constants C++ offers all the common arithmetic operations: C++ programs can multiply, add, divide, and so forth. Programs have to be able to perform these operations to get anything done. C++ operations look like the arithmetic operations you would perform on a piece of paper, except you have to declare … Continue reading Learn programming with C++ : Mathematical Operations

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Learn programming with C++ : Constants

Previous Post Link: Learn programming with C++ : Variables In C++ a constant value is an explicit number or a character (such as 1, 0.5, or ‘c’) that doesn’t change. As with variables, every constant has a type. In an expression such as n = 1; the constant value 1 is an int. To make 1 a … Continue reading Learn programming with C++ : Constants

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Learn programming with C++ : Variables

Previous Post Link: Learn programming with C++ : Comment out your source code The most important of all concept in C++ programming is variable. Variable is a small container or box for storing data or values. You can store value or data for later use in your application. The concept of a variable is borrowed from mathematics. … Continue reading Learn programming with C++ : Variables

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Learn programming with C++ : Comment out your source code

Previous Post Link: Learn programming with C++ : Output or display text The first few lines in the code and image above appear to be free form text. These lines are known as comments. Comments are the programmer’s explanation of what he is doing or thinking when writing a particular code segment. The compiler ignores comments. It’s a good … Continue reading Learn programming with C++ : Comment out your source code

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Learn programming with C++ : Introduction

What Is C++ Programming? C++ (pronounced as cee plus plus) is a general-purpose programming language. It has imperative, object-oriented and generic programming features, while also providing facilities for low-level memory manipulation. It is designed with a bias toward system programming and embedded, resource-constrained and large systems, with performance, efficiency and flexibility of use as its design … Continue reading Learn programming with C++ : Introduction