ASCII is the American Standard Code for Information Interchange, also known as ANSI X3.4. There are many variants of this standard, typically to allow different code pages for language encoding, but they all basically follow the same format. ASCII is quite elegant in the way it represents characters, and it is very easy to write
Eclipse is a C, C++, Java and other programming language editor. I use this editor to create program with C/C++. When I use this editor, I have a problem to add include directory to eclipse editor. Right click at your project folder in Eclipse and choose Properties (Alt+Enter). Locate and click Paths and Symbols menu.
I create a program with ten QLabel by Qt Nokia. I want to loop over that QLabel widget and change property over that widget. I can use qFindChild and findChildren function to loop over widget. For example, I have ten QLabel with name label_1, label_2, … , label_10. We can loop over that that widget
When we crate a program, we can get time execution from our program to know how long our program running. This is a code how to get time execution from our program with C/C++. Create a main.c file and copy this code to that file. #include <time.h> #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> int main(int argc, char