C and C++ Programming Tips

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TipAuthorRating (votes)
Compiling 32-bit code on a 64-bit machinevinay Kumar 5.2
C++ new does not return 0 on failure!Are R. Svendsen 5.2
In C++ a pure abstract base class is a contractMarty Corbett 5.1
Set the most significant bit of an int Alphonse Ajayan 5.0
Make pointer and reference arguments constAkshay 4.9
Checking if two arrays are equalUnnikrishnan T A 4.9
C++ is not a pure Object Oriented Language..Hridesh Vishwdewa 4.7
Benefits of a Lookup TableAli Nawkhas Murad 4.6
Tips for writing programs for beginnerspradeep 4.5
Determining if something was processed in a switch/case constructMarty Corbett 4.3
take care while using new and deleterajender 4.2
What is pointer arithmetic?Umer khan 3.9
Why you can't dereference a void* pointerashish mathur 3.7
Dynamic memory allocation of 2d arraysnandam 3.7
Increment and decrement counters with rolloverLee Walker 3.6
finding size of variable without using sizeof()Rajesh punia 3.6
Operator precedence shortcutsai shanker 3.6
Rounding a floating point number to a near-fractionSteven 3.5
Automatic Array initialisationkedar 3.4
Arguments for MainSajan 3.3
Understanding the win32 data typesMuhammad Shahid 3.2
Effective use of ==Er.Nathan 3.1
Assigning a char array to another char arrayBrian Plummer 3.1
Never return a non-const pointer to a data member!hussain hani 3.0
Don't increment the same variable multiple times in one statementsidra 3.0
Cute but dangerous code, finding the larger integer without using comparisonsPrakash Samy 3.0
Decompose before you codeAbhinandan Pandey 2.8
Swap without temporary variableMoosa Baransi 2.4
Full Abstract class/InterfaceRamakrishna 2.2
static member functions and this pointerdhruv shekhawat 2.2

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