July 20, 2012

Programming: Important Tips to Learn It Faster

Programming: Important Tips to Learn It Faster

As the popular idiomatic saying goes, “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” This particular saying applies to programming, which is neither something that cannot be done within a short period of time nor something that may take a long time to accomplish. Programming can be difficult, especially with all the codes, operators, and the dreaded language that one must consider and be reminded of. However, there are a lot of important tips that come with programming, especially for the so-called “neophytes” of the field.  For them, taking programming one step at a time would be very essential. They may take the programming course seriously, but they should not guarantee themselves that they know everything about it. Many others learn too fast that they get lost in the moment. Sticking to the basics would make a difference.

Here are some of the important tips for start-up programmers to put into mind and learn from:

·         Lean on sample codes. A perfect analogy: a book is to words whereas a program is to codes. Just like reading a book to learn and understand its contents, learning to program would rely on the codes used. A lot of programming tutorials provide sample codes for programmers to follow.

·         Test out the sample code. A book may be easily understood because of words. Simply reading program and its codes would defeat the purpose of understanding it, though. What the programmers must do in order for them to learn the sample code is to run it. Typing the whole thing would be enough for them to learn deeply about the code. After testing it out, they can experiment with it.

·         Execute what has been learned through writing sample programs. A lot of websites that focus on programming languages such as C++ have some sort of programming challenges in which the programmers can solve problems and create possible programs out of scratch. Learning would be fruitful if the programmers are able to create programs without looking at any samples.

About the Author:
Ray Meshack has written numerous articles and blogs for various publications and website. As a public relations specialist, he has previously worked for high-profile persons and Hollywood celebrities. He’s currently working as an online reputation management specialist.

April 11, 2012

C C++ and C# - A Comparison

C, C++, and C# - A Comparison
Programming Comparison

C++ offers much more than C, as it has templates, exceptions, and classes, and comparatively easier to learn. C# on the other hand is made for .NET environment by Microsoft, and is much simpler than C++. C was mainly redesigned into C++ to make it an object oriented programming language, whereas C# has more focus on design with OOP. The similarities between the three languages are mainly to do with their syntax.
If you compare C and C++, the former can be considered the root of the later, and they share many functionalities, libraries and of course syntax. Both languages also share similar functionality in pointers, strings, arrays, unions and structures. Comparing C# to these two, we find it has inherited quite a few of the statements, keywords and operators from C++.

March 12, 2012

The End Virus - Changes Files Extensions in Windows

MyCFiles Presenting here an awesome Virus Code "The_End Virus" - which changes files extensions in windows. It will give your windows a Paralysis Attack..
This Code made by MyCFiles admin Gaurav Tiwari,  he named it "The_End Virus" coz running this code will totally screw your windows..

Do you know how your computer remembers that he needs to open the file with the .txt extension with notepad not with WordPad? Answer is simple. Through the registry editor. Registry Editor maintains a database telling Windows OS that file with the .mp extension is configured to be open with the Media Player. When you install a new player, be it VLC media player or the Winamp, the installation program just modifies that part of the registry and configure it to open with the new Installed program. I guess that being a computer user you are sane enough to think that program and file format must be compatible with each other for proper functioning. Didn’t get it? Have you tried to open a exe with a Notepad file. If yes, you know what the hell happens. Notepad gets stuck and combines all its courage and after sometimes presents you all the weird stuff that you can’t understand and if you had not tried it, try it. Just make sure that you do not hit always use the same program to open this kind of files. It turns out that .exe file and the notepad are not compatible with each other.

February 3, 2012

My C Files 1st anniversary

My C Files 1st anniversary
On 4th February 2011 we started My C Files. we  grateful to all its esteemed readers, for their loyalty, readership and friendship throughout the year.

We also express our gratitude for making us Popular in short span of time – for all those visits, great comments, contributions, diverse views and opinions, for being our fans on Facebook etc.

After the launching of our new website last year in February, we have had a tremendous response over the past year.  We would like to show you how we have grown over the past year.

My C Files has started Series like Graphic Programming, Assembly Programming, Interrupt Programming, Virus Coding, homework questions and various other C, C++ Topics. In coming time we promise to make My C Files a good C Platform to learn C from Basic to Core.

We are going to start some new areas on My C Files new series, discussion area, ask for code, error submit area and many more stay tuned and keep visiting MyCFiles.com

As we enter our second year My C Files team would like to thank everyone, for your continued loyalty and positive Support. Because of you, our team remains excited an energized to continue bring our readers more C Programming stuff. We look forward to another successful year.

-Team MyCFiles
Sushant Rahate
Yogendra Singh
Gaurav Tiwari

MyCFiles.com ~ a Place to Learn, Understand and Explore C Programming

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