Hello World C++

Hello World C++  The obligation of hello world.  The Hello world program is a simple computer that prints (or displays) the string “Hello, world!” or some variant thereof. It is typically one of the simplest programs possible in almost all computer languages, and often used as first program that it’s giving to beginners to compile as their first […]

Get Started Git Linux

Get Started Git Linux Set up Git on your machine if you haven’t already. mkdir /path/to/your/projectcd /path/to/your/project git init git remote add origin remote-git-address such as https://github.com/github/name-of-repo.git Create your signature git config –global user.name “Your Name”git config –global user.email you@example.com Create your first file, commit, and push echo “descriptions” >> README.txt git add README.txt git commit -m […]

Git distributed revision control system

Git distributed revision control system Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency. This is an introduction to Git using visual guides to workflows and Git commands. Keep your current workflow style while enjoying the lightweight and feature-rich benefits that Git has […]

Count_if STL Algorithm

Count_if STL Algorithm The count_if() algorithm returns the number of elements in the sequence beginning at start and ending at end for which the unary predicate and returns true. Implementation of count_if() algorithm Program Output: Share->

copy_backward algorithm

Copy_backward() STL Algorithm The copy_backward() algorithm is the same as copy()except that it moves the elements from the end of the sequence first. Implementation of copy_backward() algorithm Program Output: Share->

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