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  1. Anonymous Anonymous said:  

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  2. Anonymous ananyo banerjee said:  

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  3. Anonymous ajay said:  

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  4. Anonymous Anonymous said:  

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  5. Anonymous Anonymous said:  

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  6. Blogger sahu said:  

    hi any body can write the how these virtual mechanisism work like with an eample , i have idea but i want to know how it work in compile time and runtime i habe read anotated c+++ by stoustrup i understan bit i need more with eample ?
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  7. Anonymous Anonymous said:  

    Hi, This is a graet idea to have a site holding some C programming reference.

    There is an error in the link "The function pointer tutorials", because it start with jhttp:// ...
  8. Anonymous sekhar said:  

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  9. Anonymous Anonymous said:  

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  10. Anonymous Anonymous said:  

    Hi, I tried Effective C++ and it gives an error, saying "Access Forbidden". Is this book accessible?
  11. Anonymous Anonymous said:  

    This is one of the best sites i've come across.. but how do i search if a particular book is available or not out here? i'm lookin for this book called "How to solve it by computer- by R.G. Dromey"
  12. Blogger Ajay Jain said:  

    Today we have launch a new portal
    OnlineCompiler.org is a completed online development environment for C/C++ in Linuc/Unix Style and built over Php.

    You can access onlineCompiler.org here. This is a joint project by CodeControl and Ajay Jain. OnlineCompiler.org has a lot of features that will make online development quite comfortable and fun. You can save your prohects over there, take a backup and retrieve it later, or may be download it. It is specially useful in cases when you need to do something and they don't have a compiler.

    Currently onlinecompiler.org supports only Unix/Linux GCC based C/C++. We are planning to introduce Python support very soon. But no official dates. :-)

    Hope you will like it. For any queries, comments, appreciation or crtisim, just comment out here. We will be glad to hear from you.
  13. Blogger Mukund Ubhadiya said:  

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  14. Blogger Proud Indian said:  

    Hi I too have created a website for c++ tutorials and hope you could help me to improve my website...www.prog2impress.com
  15. Anonymous Haripriya said:  

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  16. Anonymous Anonymous said:  

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  17. Anonymous Anonymous said:  

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  18. Anonymous Anonymous said:  

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  19. Anonymous Anonymous said:  

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  20. Anonymous Anonymous said:  

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  21. Blogger Sayeed Sezan said:  

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