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# Memory

• ### C++ Programming Series: Dynamic Arrays (Part 2, Last)

Dynamic arrays can be used with functions in exactly the same way as I have told in this post. Just keep in mind that we have to pass the size of the array into the function. Note how I allocated the memory and also, set the value of all the elements in the dynamic array…

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• ### C++ Programming Series: Dynamic Arrays (Part 1)

Before we get into the dynamic arrays, it is important to understand why we use them and when to use them. Here’s the simplified concept of memory types. The program that we execute stores and works with the data, information and variables (collectively called memory) in the RAM (Random Access Memory). Upon closing the program,…

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• ### C++ Programming Series: Pointers (Part 4, Last)

Too busy! Too busy! Don’t expect regular and weekly posts from me. In the previous post, we discussed that pointers are actually arrays! This post is to discuss more pointers, arrays and the arithmetic that can be done with them. We can do addition and subtraction with pointers. Multiplication and division are not possible! Here…

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• ### C++ Programming Series: Pointers (Part 3)

Pointers and Arrays are the same things! This statement might confuse you. How is this possible that pointers and arrays are the same? They never look to be same! This post will clear this point to you. Let’s get started with the code below. What will it print? Will it print the first member of…

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• ### C++ Programming Series: Pointers (Part 2)

In the previous post, we learned how to get the memory address of a variable and how to define a variable that holds the memory address i.e pointer. Suppose that there is a variable of the type int called number. We initialize it with value equals to 10. Now, suppose that it has a memory…

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• ### C++ Programming Series: Pointers (Part 1)

In this post, we are going to discuss pointers. But before proceeding, I just want to say that if you really followed all my posts till now then, Congratulations! You learned the basics of programming in general! But there are still a lot of basics in C++! C++ is a very old programming language but…

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