Computing for Numerical Methods Using Visual C++ has been written to promote
the use of Visual C++ in scientiﬁc computing. C++ is a beautiful language that
has contributed to shaping the modern world today. The language has contributed
to many device drivers in electronic equipment, as a tool in the development of
many computer software programs, and as a tool for both research and teaching.
Therefore, its involvement in providing the solution for numerical methods is very
This book helps newcomers get started with a look at the basics of network programming as they relate to C#, including the language s network classes, the Winsock interface, and DNS resolution. Table of Contents C# Network Programming Introduction Part I - Network Programming Basics Ch apt - The C# Language er 1 Ch apt - IP Programming Basics er 2 Ch apt - C# Network Programming Classes er 3 Ch apt - DNS and C# er 4 Part II - Network Layer Programing Ch apt - Connection-Oriented Sockets er 5 Ch apt - Connectionless Sockets er 6 Ch apt...
Offers complete coverage of the C++ programming language. This title offers provides all the tools necessary for experienced and novice programmers to master C++, including: thorough coverage of the Standard Template Library; complete and fully executable code throughout; sections highlighting programming tips and common pitfalls; and a logical order of coverage of C++ topics in order for readers to better understand the language. This book is appropriate for anyone interested in learning how to programming using the C++ programming language....
The C++ Standard Library A Tutorial and Reference
Nicolai M. Josuttis
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The GetSql* methods and Sql* types are defined in the System.Data.SqlTypes namespace, and they are specific to SQL Server. In addition, the GetSql* methods are specific to the SqlDataReader class. Using the GetSql
The most fundamental point to understand about the C++ I/O system is that it operates on streams. A stream is an abstraction that either produces or consumes information. A stream is linked to a physical device by the C++ I/O system. All streams behave in the same manner, even if the actual physical devices they are linked to differ. Because all streams act the same, the same I/O functions and operators can operate on virtually any type of device. For example, the same method that you use to write to the screen can be used to write to a disk...
An Example of Using the Get* Methods Let's take a look at an example that reads the ProductID, ProductName, UnitPrice, UnitsInStock, and Discontinued columns from the Products table using the Get* methods.
Using the Default Sort Algorithm If you want to sort the DataRowView objects in your DataView based on the primary key of your DataTable, you can use a shortcut. Instead of setting the Sort property of your DataView
Using the Office Save My Settings Wizard Office includes a Save My Settings Wizard that saves your Office and Outlook settings and enables you to move them to a new computer or restore the settings if you reformat your computer
This book provides a complete intermediate-level discussion of microcontroller programming using
the C programming language. It covers both the adaptations to C necessary for targeting an
embedded environment, and the common components of a successful development project.
Your corporate network equipment currently includes a 4006 Core switch with an L3 module for
VLAN routing and a Cisco 2600 external access router. Connected to your corporate network via
a 128k leased line is your branch network that includes a 2600 Cisco WAN router and a 2600XL
switch for local access. Your corporate network is segmented into four functional VLANs for
better network management. VLANs include “Accounting”, “Marketing” and “Engineering” for the
users and “default” used for the native VLAN network management.
Since the beginning of this book you have been using the C++ I/O system, but you have been doing so
without much formal explanation. Since the I/O system is based upon a hierarchy of classes, it was not
possible to present its theory and details without first discussing classes and inheritance. Now it is time
to examine the C++ I/O system in detail. The C++ I/O system is quite large, and it won’t be possible to
discuss here every class, function, or feature, but this module will introduce you to the most important
and commonly used parts. Specifically, it shows...