Because I'm better at writing snippets than coming up with ideas for snippets that people would like to see and learn from. I suspect I'm not alone in that.
No, You can think sir. According to me, You are GOD of C language next to Dennis richtie. He has developed the language and people like you (hats off for you) has made this language really worthful. It's my pleasure that I can say this to you. You can write about dynamic prgramming, backtracking techniques so that people can further improve themselves who want to. (like me).
thanks for everything. :)
Below are my opinion. If posting code snippets for below topics wil be useful
1. Some algorithm, its usage, its appolications with real time example right from the basic algorithms. Then it will be useful for beginners like us to go with some specific(standard) algorithms to implement codings.
2. Data strutures - when data structure should use? what type of data structure can be use? where can we use data structure? how to use them? etc,.
3. Memory management related code snippets
james sir, Is there any code snippet that you created on the link which you have given above ?
I've not contributed any snippets yet. But if you're interested in snippets by an individual, you can navigate to their profile page. Underneath the contributions section you'll find a link to all of the member's code snippets (if they've submitted any).
Write an example of object-oriented programming in C, including dynamic dispatching mechanisms and run-time type identification. This is something people do often in C, and always in a clumsy, ad-hoc way.
Explore Collatz numbers (also called the 3n+1 problem, L. Collatz in 1937):
Take any number, if even divide it by 2, if odd multiply it by 3 and add one,
and so on, should converge to 2 (ultimately to 1).
Help! I want to create a java program that finds the highest even integer among the values entered by the user. Stop asking values when a value less than 1 have been entered. If no even integer is entered, display "No Even Integer"
Hi, as I was told that my code doesn’t scale well at all, I thought perhaps I’d try to get a better understanding of interfaces/abstract classes and classes and the relationship between them.
I don’t want at this stage work on a big separate project as I've already got plenty ...