• C++23: Exploring the New Features

    Updated: 2024-02-25 15:30:16
    C++23 is the latest iteration of the C++ standard which is now available. It brings a multitude of exciting features and improvements to the language. This article looks into these new features, explores their benefits and how developers can leverage them to write more efficient, expressive, and maintainable C++ code. The post C++23: Exploring the New Features written by M. Saqib first appeared on MYCPLUS - C and C++ Programming Resources.

  • Data Encryption and Modern C++

    Updated: 2024-02-25 14:08:03
    Both encryption and decryption are performed using encryption keys – algorithmically generated sequences of symbols that act as the “key” for a specific “lock” that is encrypted data. It is possible for both the encryption key and the decryption key to be the same. Still, the more common tactic is to use different keys for these processes, offering an additional layer of protection. The post Data Encryption and Modern C++ written by M. Saqib first appeared on MYCPLUS - C and C++ Programming Resources.

  • Know Your Business Solution: A Secret Sauce to Keep Fraudsters Away

    Updated: 2024-02-21 08:39:19
    Know Your Business solutions enable organizations to identify the legitimacy of partnering companies and investors for secure operations and enhanced security. The post Know Your Business Solution: A Secret Sauce to Keep Fraudsters Away written by M. Saqib first appeared on MYCPLUS - C and C++ Programming Resources.

  • Control Flow in C Programming – The for and while Loop

    Updated: 2024-02-11 19:13:06
    In C programming, controlling the flow of the program is the key to unleashing the true potential of your code. In this article, we will look into the loops and control statements which are fundamental constructs and shape the flow of execution in your programs. The post Control Flow in C Programming – The for and while Loop written by M. Saqib first appeared on MYCPLUS - C and C++ Programming Resources.

  • Operators in C Programming

    Updated: 2024-02-11 17:19:13
    In C Programming, operators are symbols or keywords used to perform operations on values and variables. These are fundamental to performing various operations in C programming and are essential for building complex algorithms and programs. We can use operators to perform a wide range of tasks, including arithmetic calculations, logical operations, and comparisons. The post Operators in C Programming written by M. Saqib first appeared on MYCPLUS - C and C++ Programming Resources.

  • Structure in C Programming

    Updated: 2024-02-11 14:02:23
    A structure is combination of different data types. Lets take the example of a book, if we cant to declare a book we will be thinking about the name, title, authors and publisher of the book and publishing year. So to declare a book we need to have some complex data type which can deal with more than one data types. The post Structure in C Programming written by M. Saqib first appeared on MYCPLUS - C and C++ Programming Resources.

  • Reading Declarations in C

    Updated: 2024-02-04 05:08:35
    Points to follow for reading the code:1) * – read as pointer to2) [] – read as array of3

  • Common Combinations and their usage in C

    Updated: 2024-02-04 05:01:07
    Pointer to Pointer – A simple pointer to another pointer Commonly used in various scenarios where in

  • Reading declarations with Specifiers and Qualifiers

    Updated: 2024-02-04 04:52:21
    Storage Class Specifiersauto – Can be used only within a block. A default storage class. 

  •  𝐀 𝐒𝐡𝐨𝐫𝐭 𝐰𝐫𝐢𝐭𝐞 𝐮𝐩 𝐨𝐧 𝐩𝐭𝐡𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐝 𝐟𝐮𝐧𝐜𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧𝐬

    Updated: 2024-02-04 04:37:35
    In Linux, multithreaded programming involves the use of threads, and the pthread library provides es

  • Streamlining Security Best Cybersecurity Policy Templates for Enterprises

    Updated: 2024-02-02 11:00:41
    Home Blog Utility Programs Topics Sitemap Tutorials C Tutorials C++ Tutorials Source Code Downloads Books Videos News Internet Mobile Tech Technology Select Page Streamlining Security Best Cybersecurity Policy Templates for Enterprises Posted by M . Saqib Updated Feb 2, 2024 Internet : Technology and Computer Programming News Despite all the efforts and policies agencies and businesses implement to curb cyber attacks , the threat seems to be growing more formidable . Initially , the goal was to prevent attacks with various systems and policies however , businesses are currently focusing on attack readiness and preparations as part of the cybersecurity frameworks . Even regulators are shifting focus to examine the business readiness to detect , prevent , and survive any . attacks Due to the

  • Overlooked Fundamentals of C Programming

    Updated: 2024-01-27 04:39:51
    In the fast-paced world of modern programming, where high-level languages and advanced frameworks of

  • Visual Studio 2019 and [[nodiscard]] in its Default C++14 Mode

    Updated: 2024-01-25 18:01:14
    [[nodiscard]] is a feature that was added in C++17. However, it’s interesting to note that the

  • Where to Apply [[nodiscard]]?

    Updated: 2024-01-25 00:45:14
    In the previous blog post, I shared some thoughts on [[nodiscard]]. As I wrote there, it would be be

  • To [[nodiscard]] or Not [[nodiscard]] by Default?

    Updated: 2024-01-24 16:54:16
    An interesting addition made in C++17 has been the [[nodiscard]] attribute. The basic idea is to app

  • How to Access std::vector's Internal Array

    Updated: 2024-01-23 11:53:16
    Suppose that you have some data stored in a std::vector, and you need to pass it to a function that

  • Subtle C++ Compiler Error with std::optional and the Conditional Operator

    Updated: 2024-01-12 18:26:52
    Someone asked me for help with their C++ code. The code was something like this: std::wstring someth

  • C,c++,Python programming

    Updated: 2024-01-07 06:00:45
    #include<studio.h> Int main(){ Printf(“hello world”); Return 0;} #include<iostr

  • C Programming Study material

    Updated: 2024-01-03 10:00:11
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