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46 Stories To Learn About C

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Let's learn about C via these 46 free stories. They are ordered by most time reading created on HackerNoon. Visit the /Learn Repo to find the most read stories about any technology.

One of the mother sauces of programming, if a mother sauce could shoot you in the foot.

1. The Basics of Hacking: Part 3

So we’ve all compiled programs before, but do you know how your computer divided up and saved the different parts of the program? Be patient, this kind of overwhelmed me at first. Let’s jump in.

2. Top 5 Free C++ Courses to Learn Programming

I am going to share with you some of the best courses to learn C++ online at your own time and place and free of cost.

3. Compiling CUDA File in VS Code [A How-To Guide]

Trying to compile a .cu file is not supported in the VS Code natively. This can be a issue if you want to compile and debug (atleast the CPU part of the file as kernel debugging is not supported in VS Code at the moment).

4. Processes & Threads: The Essentials to Mastering Linux

Threads & Processes are some of the least-understood topics in Linux. Make yourself stand out by starting learning them today. See yourself transform!

5. Armstrong Number in C

A number is thought of as an Armstrong number if the sum of its own digits raised to the power number of digits gives the number itself.

6. How to Merge Two Sorted Arrays in C

In this blog, we will be discussing the algorithms and their implementations for merging two sorted arrays using C.

7. C# HTML to PDF - A Code Example

IronPDF is the ideal solution for converting HTML sites in .NET and .NET core projects. It not only transforms HTML but also has a lot of other useful capabili

8. Dumping a C program's AST with the Psyche-C Compiler Frontend

Psyche-C is a C compiler frontend that is designed for the implementation of static analysis tools.

9. Lay a strong foundation by writing secure C and C++ utilities

Libraries and system utilities form the foundations on which larger projects are built. So it's critical to make sure they, in particular, are secure. That's why we recently introduced five new rules for C++ and C to detect broken authentication and access control in *nix systems. The new rules fall into three categories: account validity, granting permissions, and changing directories.

10. How to Compile C/C++ Code in VS Code (Windows)

How to Compile C/C++ Code in VS Code (Windows): To compile C/C++ code we need GCC/G++ to compile the code but Windows doesn't have a terminal.

11. Writing and Compiling C++ on Linux [A How-To Guide]

If you’ve adopted Linux, chances are you might have done so for development purposes. After all, it has everything you need to program in most languages, and do so for (almost) free.

12. A Guide to Examining & Modifying Executable Code

A review of tools and techniques to examine and modify executable.

13. Should you learn C in 2020/2021?

When working with embedded systems that depend on speed or have a minimal amount of memory, C is a perfect language of choice. This is a short paper about why you should learn C and the benefits of doing so.

14. How to Reverse a Number in C/C++

Reversing a number in the C/C++ program means interchanging the digits i.e. to bring the last digit of the given number to the first position or vice versa.

15. Using C# for Real-time Systems

My best practice from making a real-time high loaded performance application on .NET platform

16. How to Manipulate Bits in C and C++

All data in computer is represented in binary i.e. in 0 or 1. Computers or machines do not understand our languages, they understand bits. Generally programmer do not care about operations at the bit level. But sometimes a programmer has to dive in a deeper level and work on bits.

17. Solving Web Application Issues in C - The Greenest Programming Language

Web applications in C language means performance and it's easier than you think

18. New Software Release: Uno Platform 4.1 Offers 30% Performance Boost, and More Compatibility!

This release packs over 200 new feature requests, bugs, and issues you raised. We welcomed a few great contributions from our community of 200+ contributors.

19. How to Tame the “Async Void” in C#

Most intermediate dotnet devs writing async await code in C# will come across async void at some point. Here's a creative solution for avoiding the headaches.

20. Hiding Members via Explicit Interface Implementation in C#

Explicit Interface Implementation is a complex and rarely used technique that allows a single class to inherit from multiple interfaces that have the same method signature. Explicitly implementing each interface, prepending the interface name to the method, allows the same method signature to exist in the same class. I shall not demonstrate that here, but there are plenty of examples of this online. There is another benefit to explicitly implementing an interface, and that is to hide members from being accessed via the class reference. I’ll create an example of this technique using a factory design pattern and Fruit class and a console application that you can step through via F11. If you create a new C# console application in Visual Studio, then copy and paste all of the below code, you can step through (F11) the code to see how it works.

21. How to Extend a KMM Shared Module With C/C++ Code

Learn how to embed a simple SHA-256 implementation on C-language in KMM library and use it for iOS andAndroid target platforms.

22. Why And Where You Can Learn C Programming For Free

In this post, we will provide the C Programming Course for Free, and you can learn - What you'll learn, the list of Course content, Requirements, Description,

23. Why and where should you still use C/C++ languages?

From complex databases to self-driving cars, the usage area of C and C++ languages is surprisingly wide. Even today, with a myriad of new & robust programming tools, the two coding languages from 70s cannot be replaced. So what are the common applications of C & C++ today and why we still use them? Let’s find out in this article.

24. Call-By-Value and Call-By-Reference

The article provides you an understanding of how to pass data to the function, Covering concepts like Call-By-Value & Call-By-Reference in C/C++.

25. Understanding XDP: An in Kernel Alternative To The Network Stack


26. The Noonification: Will ChatGPT Change Coding Interviews Forever? (12/24/2022)

12/24/2022: Top 5 stories on the Hackernoon homepage!

27. The Basics of Hacking: Part 2

Let’s rock and roll. Below we have a C-program designed to accept and print command line arguments:

28. Lay a strong foundation by writing secure C and C++ utilities

Libraries and system utilities form the foundations on which larger projects are built. So it's critical to make sure they, in particular, are secure. That's why we recently introduced five new rules for C++ and C to detect broken authentication and access control in *nix systems. The new rules fall into three categories: account validity, granting permissions, and changing directories.

29. Scalable Aggregates: Reducing Complexity in Command Handlers

Aggregates are the heart of your system. They hold domain logic and are responsible for emitting events that will eventually make your data consistent across multiples data projections and bounded contexts.

30. How to Code a Blog With ASP.NET Core and C#

Learning by doing

31. Stack Overflow Vulnerability

Stack overflow is a type of buffer overflow vulnerability. When we pour water in a glass more than its capacity the water spills or overflow, similarly when we enter data in a buffer more than its capacity the data overflows to adjacent memory location causing program to crash. This is know as buffer overflow.

32. Increment and Decrement Operators in C/C++

I found the sign '++ and — — ' in C++ confusing for many beginners, So let’s explain what’s actually they mean,

33. Microsoft SEAL and the Dawn of Homomorphic Encryption

Homomorphic encryption is making its way from academia to production use cases. Kick the tires on it with C# and a privacy minded fitness tracker.

34. How To Use Pointers in C

To understand this article, you need to know the basics of variables in programming, preferably C since that is what I will be using.

35. How to Get the GCD Of Two Numbers in C

The greatest common divisor (GCD) is the largest positive integer that is also a common divisor of a given set of positive integers. It is also known as the highest common factor (HCF) or the greatest common factor (GCF).

36. 6 Best C++ Programming Books Ranked by Review Score

The C++ Programming Language is a book with a fitting name for the top spot on this list. The author, Bjarne Stroustrup, is well-known.

37. 6 Best C Programming Books Ranked by Review Scores

C Programming Language and Let Us C are among the best C programming books available today, according to their review scores.

38. Learn C#: A Huge List of C# Tutorials

C# is one of the most versatile programming language and brings in ease of programming offered by languages like Java, and has roots in the C family of languages including C and C++. C# is type-safe, object oriented and runs in the .Net Framework run-time, and C# code is compiled into IL (intermediate language) that conforms to CLI specifications.

39. How to Use MDK-ARM to Simulate a Hardware Module That Runs the RT-Thread RTOS


40. Java-C-Assembly Matryoshka


41. How to Run and Debug C / C++ Code via VSCode

By the end of this short guide, you’d be able to run, debug, and get IntelliSense for C/C++ files in VSCode

42. C From a COBOL Perspective

I originally wrote this article for a print magazine in 1986. I was 23 and had been doing COBOL for four years, originally on punched cards. I’d started hearing about C and taught it to myself and rewrote a bit of COBOL into C (note, C is a terrible replacement for COBOL) and I wrote this as a primer to other COBOL programmers to get a taste of C. I updated the intro about 10 years ago for a blog post, but in the past 2 weeks I’ve ended up sharing it with a half dozen people who had no understanding of COBOL, simply so I could describe COBOL record structures to them, which I feel are quite powerful and not represented as well in most modern languages. This plays into a new language that I’m currently designing, so enjoy this blast from the past and learn about what your Grandparents were doing “back in the day” :).

43. What Exactly Is nullptr in C++

The answer to "What exactly nullptr is in C++?" would be a piece of cake for experienced C++ eyes & for those who are aware of Modern C++ i.e. keyword. But nullptr is more than just a keyword in C++ & to explain that, I have written this article. But before jump-into it, we will see issues with NULL & then we'll dive into the unsophisticated implementation of  nullptr & some use-cases of nullptr.

44. The Ten Best Programming Languages for Beginners to Learn in 2021

Here are my top ten best programming languages to learn first. Start from here, choose your path and get yourself on the road to your dream job.

45. The Top 5 Programming languages Every Software Developer Should Learn

I have read somewhere that a programmer should learn a new programming language every year ( I think it's code complete, not sure, though), but if you cannot do so, I suggest to at least learn following five programming language to do well in your career.

46. 7 best practices for exception handling in C++

Exception handling in C++ is a well-unschooled topic if you observe initial stages of the learning curve. There are numerous tutorials available online on exception handling in C++ with example. But few explains what you should not do & intricacies around it. So here, we will see some intricacies, from where & why you should not throw an exception along with some newer features introduced in Modern C++ on exception handling with example. I am not an expert but this is what I have gained from various sources, courses & industry experiences.

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