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How to Capture the output of a Linux Command in C++

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How to Capture the output of a Linux Command in C++

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Lesson about arrays in C++

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In this tutorial I will show you how to use arrays in C++ (with examples)

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c++ lesson about variables

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what is a variable ? a variable is a facility to store data. we can store values in variables and we can change it`s value. in c++ we can use multiple variable types, but the following ones are the mo

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hello world! in c++

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in this lesson i will show you how to create a simple program, called hello world, which will simply just write out "hello world!".

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using pipe in c over linux

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pipe is an effective way of communication between process. pipe has descriptors. one descriptor is used for reading while other end is used for writing.

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signal handling in c over linux

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introduction a signal is a software interrupt that is delivered to a running process because of an event.

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making .exe files with linux

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codecall intro: my tutorial today will be about how to compile an executable (.exe) for windows on a linux system. this will be a method to cross-compile to windows without requiring a virtual machine

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[c++ 09] temperature converter

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hey all! heres a tutorial on how to make a simple console application that converts celsius to fahrenheit. i'm using code:: blocks.

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creating a simple compiler: part 6

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welcome back to the sixth part of my series, creating a simple compiler.

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creating a simple compiler: part 5

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this is part five of my tutorial series creating a simple compiler. today we're going to get into a bit about state machines, and how they're going to make our job compiling stuff easier.

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how to set up visual c++ for a console application

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this lesson is about setting up visual c++ for a console application. console applications are the easiest c++ program so this is the best way to start.

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introducing to c++ for absolute beginners

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first let`s talk about programming. what programming really means? programming means to write the source-code of a program. the source code is the human-readable part of a program.