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C in Node.js through C++

## NodeJS to C through C++ Using C or C++ in Node.js is more of an edge case than daily life. But I decided to record what I learned because there is seems to be very little information on the Interne...
C in Node.js through C++

Java 101: Why do we need to define abstract methods in a class, when in future we will very well need to override it?

Questioning fundamentals of Object Oriented Languages
Java 101: Why do we need to define abstract methods in a class, when in future we will very well need to override it?

A Comprehensive Guide To Singly Linked List Using C++

A linked list is a data structure that can store an indefinite amount of items. These items are connected using pointers in a sequential manner. And we will learn more about this and singly linked lists in this tutorial.
A Comprehensive Guide To Singly Linked List Using C++

C++ Cheat Sheet: Built-in Sort Functions

This tutorial is about the different built-in sort functions available in the algorithm library of C++.
C++ Cheat Sheet: Built-in Sort Functions

Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) in C

In this intermediate C/C++ tutorial, you'll learn how to bring some of the style of object-oriented programming to C, a language without built-in OOP support.
Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) in C

Beginner's Guide to Passing Parameters

Understanding the difference between pass-by-value and pass-by-reference is important to understanding the engineering trade offs that go into the creation of a programming language as well as to writing correct, bug-free code based on accurate assumptions about how the language works.
Beginner's Guide to Passing Parameters

Building a Win32 App, Part 2: Windows and Messages

This tutorial helps you take a deeper look at the `WinMain` function to understand how structured a **Win32** application is. By the end of this tutorial, readers should be able to understand the concepts of message queues, window registration & creation, as well as the base of message loop and how all these operate to make an application work.

Building a Win32 App, Part 4: Applying Resources to a Window

The purpose of this tutorial is to demonstrate the basics of resource creation and utilization. By the end of this tutorial, readers should be able to load resources from a predefined file and apply it to a window.

Building a Win32 App Part 3: a Simple Window

The purpose of this tutorial is to learn the process of constructing a Win32 application window at it's simplest form. By the end of this tutorial, readers should be able to create a window from scratch, understand basics and flow of the message loop, as well as the procedure associated to this window.

Disjoint Sets and the Maximal Tourism Problem

Follow this post and learn how to use a disjoint set to solve a competitive programming question.
Disjoint Sets and the Maximal Tourism Problem

Interview with Steve Klabnik: How Rust Compares to Other Languages and More

In this interview, Steve Klabnic will walk us through the differences among Rust, C++, Ocaml, Go, and Erlang, and share his own coding experiences with us.

Step-by-Step Guide to Building a Win32 API Application: Part 1

Learn how to use Visual Studio at its simplest form and the process of creating, building, to launching a minimalist Win32 API application.

C++ FAQ

From "hello world!" to debugging release builds—learn concise answers to frequently asked questions about C++.
C++ FAQ

How to Easily Decipher a Complex Pointer Declarations

In this tutorial, you would learn to decipher any complex pointer declarations.
How to Easily Decipher a Complex Pointer Declarations

Beginners Guide to C++ & Programming

Learn the basics of C++ as we'll introduce you to the principles of both C++ and programming in general.
Beginners Guide to C++ & Programming

Competitive Programming 101: The Good, The Great, & The Ugly

What does competitive programming look like and what are some things you must watch out for? An experienced engineer has some good insights to share with you.
Competitive Programming 101: The Good, The Great, & The Ugly

C++ features: User-defined literals

Post is about a C++ feature that can define literals created by users.
C++ features: User-defined literals

Embedding a text file in C++ code (with Scons)

I needed a way to embed a text file in my C++ code. I recently introduced Leaf code into the Leaf compiler and didn't want to depend on a file dependency at runtime. I found a way to embed the file as ...
Embedding a text file in C++ code (with Scons)

STL Cheatsheet for Competitive Programming

A C++ cheatsheet that covers STL functionalities and data structures to help you ace your next tech interview test or programming competitions.
STL Cheatsheet for Competitive Programming

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