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C++ Programming FAQ
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Which are good books to learn C++ programming?
Where can I find C++ standard documents to download?
How can we connect/access databases using C++?
What is wrong with using void main()? Where does the returned value from main() go?
What are the differences between new and malloc?
Why is size of empty class not zero?
Where can I find free C++ compilers to download?
What are the differences between C and C++?
How to create a non-inheritable class?
Where can I find C++ projects to download?
Where can I find free E-Books on C++ to download?
My compiler (Turbo C/C++) is not working correctly on Vista/XP, what should I do?
Can we call any function before the main function is called?
What is a null pointer? How is it different from NULL?
How much memory do pointer variables takes?
Are there any features in C language that are not in C++?
Where can I find C++ interview questions?
What are wild and dangling pointers?
How can we return more than one value from a function?
What are the differences between macros and inline functions?
What are far, huge and near qualified pointers?
How to find the size of an object/datatype without using sizeof operator?
How to swap two numbers without using temporary variable ?
How to add two numbers without using arithmetic operators ?
How to find whether a given number is even or odd without using % (modulus) operator ?
How to find whether the given number is a power of 2 in single line?
How to find greatest of two/three/four numbers without using relational operators ?
How to find the endianness of a system?
What are the differences between struct and class?
How to print 1 to n without using any kind of loops or recursion?
How to count the number of 1's (set bits) in a given number?
How to find factorial of a big numbers such as 100 or higher?
Why shouldn't we use the Turbo C++(DOS) compilers?
How do we create multi-threaded programs in C++?
do any one know wat is the max size an array can hold?
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