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Memory as a Programming Concept in C and C++ book

Memory as a Programming Concept in C and C++ by Frantisek Franek

Memory as a Programming Concept in C and C++



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Memory as a Programming Concept in C and C++ Frantisek Franek ebook
Format: chm
Page: 272
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521520436, 9780521520430


Page 1 of 2 - Confusing use of pointers, dereference and reference operators - posted in C and C++: I am just taking the time to learn C++ and going through the C++ Language Tutorial from cplusplus.com. Assuming readers have a basic familiarity with C or C++, Frantisek Franek describes the techniques, methods and tools available to develop effective memory. Location:Philippines; Programming Language:C; Learning:Java, C++, PHP, JavaScript, Perl, Ruby. Now I can guess the program must have been written in a language where programmer had to do memory management himself. This is different from the stack, as stack allocations are based on a first -in-last-out concept, such that when returning from a function data can be lost unless explicitly posted to a common “return” point. Java generally doesn't have those problems. Since it is a LED-Box, it must be a C or C++ prgram in embedded environment. I expect that transactional memory will never work in the C/C++ world; it simply costs too much. Posted 06 June 2013 Getting a reference to a normal variable gives you the memory address of that variable, which can be handed to a pointer. December 19, 2007 at 6:50 pm · Filed under Programming. Why do people still write in C/C++? While these garbage collection-based languages have been evolving, C++ has been developing along a different track. Dynamic memory allocation is a common feature of programming languages (or libraries, such as in C/C++[3]) that allow allocation of varying sized pieces of data at run-time. Pointers and casts are the sharpest of the knives, and many people have run into difficult bugs in those areas. As many people have said over the years, C and C++ are sharp knives.

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