All this modern technology just makes people try to do everything at once.
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In link list a structure is declared as head and it has a next pointer which points to next item in the list and similarly all items have a next pointer.The next pointer of the last element points to 'NULL'.The program goes as long as user dosent input 'n'.The user has two options whether to insert or delete from the list.In insert we delcare a temporary variable 'temp' which contains the numbe
We can dynamically declare sturrcture is C++ using just new and the name of the structure.To access its inner variables we have to us '->' instead of '.' as it is a pointer ,however we can us '.' with '*' behind the pointer so that it becomes a structure variable.
Syntax is as folows:
using namespace std;
We use double pointer or pointer to a pointer for things like dynamically declaring 2d arrays where we first dynamically declare its rows as 1d arrays and then for each row we declare its columns.The name of pointer points to address of the first row or to the pointer that points to first element of the first row.One '*' with the pointer points to the address of the first element of the first r
Dynamic declaration means that we do not give memory during declaration it gets allocated during execution.This is useful for thins like having an array of user inputted size.We do this using new.When pointer is dynamically allocated as an array it points to the 0th index(first element) of the array.If we add an integer to it it will point to that position in the array.After incrementing it by
The new iOS version is compatible with the iPhone as well as iPod touch models that are compatible with iOS 13 and for iPad users, the new release is specifically meant for models that are currently running on iPadOS 13.
San Francisco: Apple has released the public Beta version of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 updates that would be available in the fall.
The new iOS version is compatible
To understand the difference between VR and other media, we'll use Oculus Rift as the reference.
Pointers in C++ basically store memory locations where a variable is stored.To access its value you can use '*' behind its name and also to declare them.The name of an array is a constant pointer.An '&' behind a variable gives its address.The address is displayed in hexadecimal.
The syntax is as follows:
using namespace std;<
A structure can hold multiple variables similar to an array but while array can only hold one type of variables, structures can hold many types of variables including arrays.You can access inner elements using the '.' operator.Here we use the library 'math.h' for the function 'sqrt' (square root function) and 'pow' (power function).I use structures and the distance function to calculate distanc
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Double dimension arrays store variable in a rows*columns size matrix.We input them using nested for loops which basically means one for loop inside another.Here i make use of logical 'AND' operator(&&) which means that if and only if both the statements are true ,the code inside the 'if' is executed.The first square bracket specifies the rows,the second specifies the columns.
Below is a program to print a simple pattern using 2-D arrays:
What comes to your mind when you think of Virtual Reality? I bet you relate it to computer-generated graphical representations of the real or fantasy world, but it’s more than just that. We'll discuss it in the subsequent blogs.
For now, let’s see the most recent definition by Fred Brooks in 1999. He defined Virtual Reality as the experience in which the user is effectively immersed in a responsive virtual world.
So how is immersive VR different from other types of media, for instance, TV,
Dynamic declaration means that we do not give memory during declaration it gets allocated during execution.This is useful for thins like having an array of user inputted size.We do this using new.When pointer is dynamically allocated as an array it points to the 0th index(first element) of the array.If we add an integer to it it will point to that position in the array.After incrementing it by one ,it will point to first index(second element) of the array.if we put '*' only before the pointer then the value at that posiiton is changed.
Below is an example:
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