Posts Tagged ‘Programming’


Tuesday, June 23, 2009 20:33 1 Comment

Doxygen is a source code documentation generator tool. Comment blocks are constructed like this: (JavaDoc style) /** *  multiline bloc… some text */ /// single ling comment… some text “some text” can be replaced with various special commands in order to make the generated documentation more user friendly. Doxygen special commans overview.

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Eclipse / Doxygen – Documentation Generator

Tuesday, June 23, 2009 19:22 No Comments

Doxygen is a well known source code documentation generator. More information about it is available on their homepage. For all those of you who prefer Eclipse as your main development platform there is a plugin that provides a high-level graphical user interface integration over Doxygen. More info about Eclox.

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C++ static keyword

Tuesday, June 23, 2009 1:10 No Comments

The static keyword can be used in the following situations. When you declare a variable or function at file scope (global and/or namespace scope), the static keyword specifies that the variable or function has internal linkage. When you declare a variable, the variable has static duration and the compiler initializes it to 0 unless you [...]

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C++ Generate random numbers in Range

Monday, June 8, 2009 17:06 No Comments

To make use of the rand() command you must include the cstdlib library #include <cstdlib> Before we generate a random number we call the srand(int) function to seed the randomizer so we dont get the same random number each time. #include <ctime> srand(time(NULL)); // time(NULL) returns seconds since 1.1.1970 To get the random number in [...]

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Eclipse square bracket [] problem

Saturday, June 6, 2009 18:04 No Comments

Some people will experience a problem with Eclipse when trying to close the square brackets []. Eclipse will complain about not beeing able to evaluate a text selection and it won’t allow you typing that closing bracket. I got frustrated a bit because of not knowing whats going on. It wasn’t possible to write simple [...]

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Douglas Crockford: “The JavaScript Programming Language”

Friday, June 5, 2009 19:29 No Comments

In 4 videos Douglas Crockford gives us a very good overview of Javascript. A must view material for everyone new to Javascript. Douglas Crockford: “The Javascript Programming Language”

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VC++ .net2 application doesn’t run on Windows 2000?

Monday, September 15, 2008 1:59 No Comments

Quite often there is a problem that VC++ applications won’t run on a Windows system that doesn’t have Visual Studio installed. The two most common reasons for that are: – Missing VC++ runtime libraries You can get them directly fromo Microsoft – The application is compiled in “Debug” mode. Some application require to be build [...]

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How to change the default language in Vistual Studio 2005

Tuesday, August 19, 2008 1:12 No Comments

I ran into a problem of not knowing how to change the default language from C# to C++ in Visual Studio 2005, but finally discovered the solution which wasn’t simple and easy to find as presumed so I thought it would make a good tip for you guys reading this ;) – Go to Tools [...]

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