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A bit of intro Usually when creating complex websites such as an e-commerce, social network or streaming site, you will probably end up in the position of finding inspiration in some of the functions big companies built with the mentioned structures share; Facebook and YouTube […]


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Java Class

Receive input from user to add elements into a Stack list using Java: import java.util.Scanner; import java.util.Stack; public class Inherit { public static void main(String[] args) { Scanner scan = new Scanner(System.in); Stack stack = new Stack(); // Very similar to C++ :) String s […]


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Do you ever wonder how to get the area of a circle using a low-level computer language? Well, C++ is the best one to accomplish said task. Here take a look: /* * Question 30 - Quiz number 4 */ #include <iostream> using namespace std; […]


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A Vector is a kind of Array List from Java. It can receive hundreds of values indefinitely and it will still know its current size; something that regulars Arrays don’t know. Here it is an easy to follow example, if you want to know how […]


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Java Class

Java is a programming language that can be sometimes be tedious if you don’t have an idea on how to create parent-child classes. Here it is a very example to follow: class Plane { protected double size = 5; protected double weight; protected int age; […]


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Helloouuu! my gorgeous friends!(*inspired by Dev Ed*). Today’s Snippet is the first program in which I handle the creation of a file and reading its content in C++. This could easily be used to create a log system in your application or to create PDFs […]


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Java Class

An easy to follow example in how to handle errors with exceptions in Java. In the example that I provide you will be able to see three exceptions, the first one handles a numerator which divides itself by 0 – something that is not possible […]


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Java Class

This is a working basic code to create a new file called ‘test.txt’. You can see this code more clearly in my repl under the src folder. import java.util.Random; import java.io.*; public class TestData { //----------------------------------------------------------------- // Creates a file of test data that consists […]


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A very basic introduction to the differences between using struct and class objects. As mentioned before you can access and play with this program on repl where I have been publishing most of the programs that I have had created in my C++ class. // […]


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