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In this c# article we will try to understand how we can further stop the class from inheriting. With this article we have also attached a video in which we have demonstrated how the c# sealed keyword helps you to avoid inheritance. ...Read more
Posted by: Shivprasad H. Bist
On 14 Sep 2012 | Views: 1066 | Categories: Database (SQL Server), C++, C#, Architecture
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Create a nice-looking car rental application in ASP.NET MVC3 Razor by following our detailed tutorial. The new app offers the most essential features that a car rental service can offer. Ready download package, live demo, detailed descriptions and the source code are available. ...Read more
Posted by: Light
On 19 Jun 2012 | Views: 1409 | Categories: Visual Studio 2010, C++, C#, ASP.NET
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Having a collection of objects is a very common thing in software development. If we have a collection of objects then we might also find ourselves in need to traverse this collection. Most languages provide traversal techniques over basic collection types. C++ and C# also contain some special container types capable of holding a collection of values (example: vectors in C++, Lists, and ArrayLists in C#). These specialized containers also come with the possibility of getting iterated. C# container classes and C++ STL container classes are the best examples of how the iterator pattern is implem ...Read more
Posted by: Michael
On 17 Apr 2012 | Views: 1152 | Categories: C++, C#
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HTML5 is a great way to create rich, platform-independent User Interfaces. The freedom and flexibility HTML5 offers Web Developers has eluded most native UI tools. The UI interface that can be hammered out fairly quickly and easily in HTML5 can be a longer less productive experience with other C++ GUI tools.

In this article, I'm going to attempt to help bridge the gap between HTML5 and C++ so that we can use HTML5 to create the UI portion of stand alone C++ applications. Two key elements I will use to make this happen are WebKit and Qt. ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 11 Apr 2012 | Views: 1735 | Categories: C++
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This application might not have any practical value, but it is great from a learning perspective. I wanted to learn about computer vision. Computer vision is one of the most exciting areas of modern computing. It is also a difficult area. What is simple and obvious for the human brain is very difficult for a computer. Many things are still impossible with the current level of IT progress.

This application is implemented using low level C++ because I wanted to learn how things work under the hood. If you’d like to start with a computer vision application, you should take an existing library ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 02 Oct 2011 | Views: 1868 | Categories: C++
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