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Binary Tree in C | Introduction

Trees are hierarchical data structures, which is different than Linked Lists, Arrays, Stacks or Queues. Because they are linear data structures. Binary Tree is one of the example of trees. For understanding this structure,...






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Preprocessors in C and C++ languages

Preprocessors are the term that used to describe the process that needs to be done *before* running the processor. You would probably heard this as compile-time, which is before the run-time. As a C/C++...






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Running C++ code from Command Line

In this article, I want to talk about compiling a C++ program with a help from command line commands. As you know, we generally use the IDE’s for compiling or running our codes, for...






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Data Encapsulation

Data encapsulation can be thinkable like one another type of data abstraction. As you already know, programs are composed of the two fundamental elements. First one is “data”, which you hold all your variables...






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Arrays versus Vectors

Arrays and Vectors are the main elements of a C++, that you can use in different or in same situations according to your needs. So I want to share with you some comparison between...






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Data Abstraction in C/C++

Data Abstraction in C/C++ Big projects comes with lots of compelixity problems. These problems are usually about the accessing the class members, or variables. Which means anyone can change their values or working styles...






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Stacks as Data Structures in C/C++

We will discuss the features of Stacks in this article. As you know stacks are a member of Data Structures and have the Abstract Data Types, that used in most programming languages. They had...






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Python File I/O

In this article, I will show you some points of Python File I/O subject. Lately, one of my colleague give me a project, which will tells us the project’s average compile times. With that new...






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Linked List

Linked List Linked lists can be thinkable like arrays, but with some improvements. Elements of linked lists are pointing each other by pointers. Unlike arrays, we don’t have to know the upper limit of the...