on in HTML5

Model browser like Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome are equipped with the HTML5 web storage capabilities which used for storing data in a web browser. This tutorial will guide you on how to store the data by using both local storage and session storage....

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on in C++

Imaging that your application need to load a DLL, which it could be your self-developed DLL or 3rd party DLL, and your application is dependent on some input or data from the DLL. Most DLL will provides APIs for calling the right function in order to execute certain processes to get the return value from......

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on in Chrome

Your might have your pages done and save in your local file system and would like to test it using Google Chrome. BUT, Google Chrome browser will not load local file by default due to security reason. The trick to solve this issue is simple, simply launch the Google Chrome browser from the command line......

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on in C++

If you never write C++ templates before or you are not sure how to start with C++ template, then this tutorial is right for you. This tutorial will guide your on how to write your first template class in C++....

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on in C++11

Memory problems is one of the biggest challenges facing by many developers in using of C++ pointer. Common mistakes like, 1. Forgetting to call delete or delete[] after memory were allocated. 2. Deleting of unreference pointer, etc. will cause memory leakage problems in your C++ application. Even worst, it may crash your application....

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on in C++11

You may experience the usage of foreach to iterate object/array/list using C#, PHP, etc. This feature is now now available in C++11. C++11 (f.k.a C++0x) is a new version of standard of C++ programming. If you are new to C++11, read my article on Compile C++11 in GCC...

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on in C++11 G++

Compiling of C++ program with C++0x or C++11 support is simple by using of gcc compiler. C++0x or C++11 features are available in gcc compiler start from version 4.3 onward. If you are using gcc 4.3 onward, you may compile your C++ program with C++0x or C++11 support now....

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