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C++ Programming How-To

This document provides a comprehensive list of C++ URL pointers, links to C++ online textbooks, and programming tips on C++. This document also provides a C++ library which imitates Java−language, and which has various methods to avoid memory problems in C++. Using this library you can compile Java's source code under C++. This document serves as a "Home of C++ language". The information given here will help you to program properly in C++ language and applies to all the operating systems that is − Linux, MS DOS, BeOS, Apple Macintosh OS, Microsoft Windows 95/98/NT/2000, OS/2, IBM OSes (MVS, AS/400 etc..), VAX VMS, Novell Netware, all flavors of Unix like Solaris, HPUX, AIX, SCO, Sinix, BSD, etc.. and to all other operating systems which support "C++" compiler (it means almost all the operating systems on this planet

publié le 25-01-2020 - 23 vues
Jade Mouse: The Journals of Vincent Tucat, Vol 2

Vincent Tucat is the most talked-about Lord in all of Harael ... and that's not exactly a good thing. His reputation as a thief is growing quickly, and for obvious reasons. Dozens of things have gone missing from his fellow Lords these past few months. Important stuff, irreplaceable heirlooms, and other things that a smart thief wouldn't dream of touching. Everyone seems to know who's to blame for it, too ...

publié le 24-01-2020 - 17 vues
The Living Word

Designed to help guide an intensive fifteen week study of basic bible interpretation, The Living Word is an in-depth, and yet a lay-level introduction to the foundational principles of hermeneutics. Covering the typical hermeneutical principles found in other similar studies (grammatical, historical, contextual, etc.) as well as other less-discussed aspects of specifically biblical hermeneutics (the necessity of regeneration and the Spirit, the role of faith, the centrality of Christ, etc.), these lessons will prove helpful as a practical guide to studying the bible carefully, humbly, in the power of Christ's Spirit and in unity with his body.

publié le 24-01-2020 - 15 vues
Dangerous Google - Hacking

What You Will Learn...• how to use Google to find sources of personal information and other confidential data,• how to find information about vulnerable sys-tems and Web services,• how to locate publicly available network de-vices using Google.What You Should Know...• how to use a Web browser,• basic rules of operation of the HTTP protocol.

publié le 24-01-2020 - 15 vues
Spell of Intrigue

FRADI HAD RECENTLY DIED, which made it all the more remarkable for him to realize that he was once again awake. That is to say, on the one hand he was rather surprised, but on the other hand he was scarcely surprised at all. He was aware that "recently" was a relative term under the circumstances, but his attendance at his own deathbed, surrounded by those glad to see the last of him, did seem to have taken place not long before. That, in any event, was not the point. By any standard it was a refreshing situation. He was not in pain. He had been in no shortage of pain, and had expected (if anything) to awaken into an environment where the continuation of mere physical pain would be the least of his worries. Renewed life after death was an article of faith, but the multiplicity of faiths differed sharply on the nature of that life, and on the correlation of one's circumstances in the next with one's behavior in the last. Out of self-defense Fradi had cleaved to a faith that stressed accomplishment rather than slippery value judgments of good and evil, but he had always harbored some residuum of doubt. He was quite happy, though, to be reassured. One so rarely gets an article of faith confirmed.

publié le 23-01-2020 - 13 vues
Spell of Intrigue

FRADI HAD RECENTLY DIED, which made it all the more remarkable for him to realize that he was once again awake. That is to say, on the one hand he was rather surprised, but on the other hand he was scarcely surprised at all. He was aware that "recently" was a relative term under the circumstances, but his attendance at his own deathbed, surrounded by those glad to see the last of him, did seem to have taken place not long before. That, in any event, was not the point. By any standard it was a refreshing situation. He was not in pain. He had been in no shortage of pain, and had expected (if anything) to awaken into an environment where the continuation of mere physical pain would be the least of his worries. Renewed life after death was an article of faith, but the multiplicity of faiths differed sharply on the nature of that life, and on the correlation of one's circumstances in the next with one's behavior in the last. Out of self-defense Fradi had cleaved to a faith that stressed accomplishment rather than slippery value judgments of good and evil, but he had always harbored some residuum of doubt. He was quite happy, though, to be reassured. One so rarely gets an article of faith confirmed.

publié le 23-01-2020 - 19 vues
RuneCraft

RuneCraft is the first book in a trilogy of high fantasy novels that explores deep, metaphysical themes. The story revolves around Peter Uriel, who, after making his transition, is sent to another world to save them from utter ruination. Here they have waited a thousand years for the Destroyer, some in anticipation of being brought to light, others in fear of being enveloped by darkness. But can Uriel master his chosen Path, traversing the chasm between white and black magic?

publié le 23-01-2020 - 22 vues
Pazuzu: Manifestation

As the Cortras brothers flee for their lives across the desert, they encounter a man that wanders the waste alone. The brothers think he is the heathen terrorist, Ilu Drystani, and hope to collect the reward for the man's arrest. The stranger joins the Cortras brothers, but he doesn't tell them about the voice following him. One man, suffering amnesia, carries salvation and damnation from the desert.

publié le 23-01-2020 - 15 vues
Deserted Cities of the Heart

An anthropologist and his alienated brother reunite in a Mexico torn apart by earthquakes and revolution to reenact an ancient Mayan myth of the end of the world in this surrealistic fantasy by the author of Frontera. Shiner captures the complexities of both modern and ancient reality in a story that should appeal to general as well as fantasy audiences. Recommended. Library Journal Finalist 1989 Nebula Award for Best Novel Finalist 1989 Crawford Award for First Fantasy Also by Lewis Shiner on obooko: Black & White; Frontera; Glimpses; Dark Tangos; Say Goodbye; SLAM

publié le 23-01-2020 - 19 vues
Squirrel Girl

In this humorous fantasy for all ages, Squirrel Girl, a passenger pigeon, and a calico cat attempt to organize the wildlife to try to save the colonial forests and their own lives. With the unknowing help of the calico cat's human partner, a radical Spanish naturalist, Squirrel Girl and her friends take on the seemingly impossible. Determined to do some good and justify the fact that her mother died to save her life, she gets predators and prey to cooperate for one spectacular attempt to discourage settlers and send them back home. There is a clear villain, Finn, a man who enslaves the indentured servants he brings to America and forces them to clear the land for development, and most animals are more than willing to fight against him. But her cause is hopeless, because the stream of settlers is endless, and most of them are not like Finn but are just struggling like the wild critters to exist. So Squirrel Girl takes on one last challenge--coexistence with man.

publié le 23-01-2020 - 17 vues
The Prophet of Panamindorah - Book Three

Amid the long shadows of Archemais's library, Corellian lay awake. He could hear the soft snores of his companions, and the supper they'd eaten sat warm and pleasant in his belly. The banked fire gave off a soft glow. He was tired. But he could not sleep. It wasn't the strange mixture of serpent's den and scholarly residence they'd found behind the locked door. It wasn't the enormous snake skin lying in one of the rooms--it's eye-covers large as tea cups. It wasn't the dead alligator hanging in the cool cellar. What was keeping Corry awake was the other locked door--the one that led presumably to Archemais's bedchamber. That, and the Earth items he'd found lying about the house ...

publié le 23-01-2020 - 19 vues
The Prophet of Panamindorah - Book One

Corry showed up at the orphanage two years ago, unable to remember how he'd gotten there. He spoke a language no one recognized, and he was afraid of cars and planes and computers. Corry can remember snippets of another life, but no matter how hard he tries to remember, it just keeps slipping away. Then one day, he meets a fauness in an orange grove. She's from a world called Panamindorah, and he can understand her language. In addition, Corry can read a language that no one in Panamindorah has been able to read for three hundred years; has he really been gone that long? Now he must recover his lost memories and rebuild his life, because the person who tried to kill him once is about to try again.

publié le 23-01-2020 - 20 vues
The Beginning Of The End - Book 3 of The Mauve Legacy

A rescue mission, coming face to face with a notorious witch hunter and destroying an old, evil building - its all in a days work for witch, Lily Mauve. With Ivy safe, Lily can justify a week in Florida to see Grandma Bea with her Mother, sister Rose, best friend Ava and boyfriend Josh. But of course, like everything in Lily's life, it's just not that simple. Another family secret is waiting to be uncovered. Two untrained witches are joining their ranks along with a small coven of vampires. A casual evening on the beach ends with a fight against Henry Luther's new minions - Hell's demons. This new revelation puts a spanner in the works - and Lily's ever growing powers don't help either. Returning home after the less than relaxing vacation, Devlin introduces Lily to the new wolf in the pack, Craig. Wolves have one mate for life, and Craig claims Lily is his. Thrown into yet another love triangle, Lily must keep her wits about her and remember the ultimate goal. After a vamp/demon attack, Lily knows the witch hunter is testing her. The arrival of her third moon means only one thing to her - the end is near.

publié le 23-01-2020 - 21 vues
The Vamanwolf: The First Holocaust

Christopher Lois, a typical teenager of 13 who runs away from home after a quarrel with his mother. Upon leaving home, he is exposed to dangers beyond his wildest imagination. He ends up transforming into a vampire by three vampires set out on a mission to destroy the Waeroherias, also known as Werewolves. When he wakes up after the transformation, he finds himself in the Cave of the Moon. He, being the owner of the Golden Diamond, said to have powers to lead them on their way to the Sacred Lands of Gods manages to open and all four of them are sucked into the diamond ...

publié le 23-01-2020 - 14 vues
Bash Cheat Sheet

GNU Bash or simply Bash is a Unix shell and command language written by Brian Fox for the GNU Project as a free software replacement for the Bourne shell. First released in 1989,[9] it has been used widely as the default login shell for most Linux distributions and Apple's macOS Mojave and earlier versions. A version is also available for Windows 10. It is also the default user shell in Solaris 11. Bash is a command processor that typically runs in a text window where the user types commands that cause actions. Bash can also read and execute commands from a file, called a shell script. Like all Unix shells, it supports filename globbing (wildcard matching), piping, here documents, command substitution, variables, and control structures for condition-testing and iteration. The keywords, syntax, dynamically scoped variables and other basic features of the language are all copied from sh. Other features, e.g., history, are copied from csh and ksh. Bash is a POSIX-compliant shell, but with a number of extensions.

publié le 22-01-2020 - 57 vues
gestion du stress

On remarque que lorsqu’il est question de leur formation universitaire, certains étudiants et étudiantes se disent avant tout passionnés par l’opportunité de relever de nouveaux défis. Pour d’autres, cette idée est inévitablement accompagnée de questions angoissantes : « comment vais-je y arriver? », « où tr

publié le 22-01-2020 - 43 vues
Novel A Woman Of Thirty

The novel tells the story of Julie D'Aiglemont over a 25 years period. She married, as a young girl, the Marquis d'Aiglemont, who deceived very soon the romantic dreams of Julie. While the Marquis wasn't understanding his wife's languidness, Lord Grenville, an english noble and doctor, managed to cure Julie from her neurosis and be loved by her. After the death of Lord Grenville and years of mourning, Julie will cheat again on her husband with the diplomat Félix Vandenesse. She also will neglect more and more Hélène, the daughter she had with the Marquis d'Aiglemont. Hélène will never forgive her mother and, one night, she will leave home with a strange man wanted for murder. The last part of the novel tells the decay of the d'Aiglemont family as the Marquis is ruined by financial speculations and forced to leave his family in order to try to make a new fortune in South America.

publié le 21-01-2020 - 33 vues
friendzoner et autres

cette fiche vous permettra de comprendre le contexte des mots liés a la zone genre friendzoner brotherzoner et différent autres termes employés

publié le 21-01-2020 - 24 vues
An Old Maid - PDF

La Vieille Fille (The Old Maid or An Old Maid) is a novel by the French writer Honoré de Balzac. Written in 1836, it was first published as a serial in La Presse, then published by Edmond Werdet in 1837 in Études de mœurs, in the section les Scènes de la vie de province. La Vieille Fille was republished in 1839 by éditions Charpentier, before being published alongside le Cabinet des Antiques in the isolated les Rivalités group within Scènes de la vie de province in la Comédie humaine, published in 1844 by édition Furne. The work was dedicated to Balzac's brother in law, an engineer in the corps royal des ponts et chaussées, Eugène Midy de la Greneraye Surville. Even so, Balzac offered its manuscript to comtesse Guidoboni-Visconti,[1] in 1844. This short and incisive novel stands out for the density of its story and its rapid succession of events. Balzac takes time to carefully describe the house of Mademoiselle Cormon, the old maid, in the city of Alençon, before entering directly into the heart of the matter. The portrait of Mademoiselle Cormon is one of the most successful in The Human Comedy. Balzac delivers in this novel one of his most nuanced analysis of a provincial town's social, political and financial affairs.

publié le 21-01-2020 - 35 vues
How to Read a Paper: The Basics of Evidence Based Medicine

Reviewer: Terrence T. Shaneyfelt, MD (University of Alabama at Birmingham)Description: The book sequentially outlines the steps in finding, reading, and using a research paper.Purpose: To help the reader find, read, and interpret medical research papers is the purpose of the book.Audience: Clinicians, nurses, medical educators, healthcare researchers are the audience.Features: A chapter is devoted to understanding the basics of searching the Medline and Cochrane databases. Other chapters are devoted to understanding different types of research reports, from randomized trials to meta-analyses to cost-effectiveness analyses.Assessment: The strength of this book lies in its sensible description of each topic. Persons with no prior knowledge will easily develop a sound understanding of evidence-based practice techniques. The chapters on statistics and searching the literature are particularly well written and present the concepts in an easy-to-understand format. The book is also well referenced.

publié le 21-01-2020 - 32 vues
The landscape of history: how historians map the past

What is history and why should we study it? Is there such a thing as historical truth? Is history a science? One of the most accomplished historians at work today, John Lewis Gaddis, answers these and other questions in this short, witty, and humane book. The Landscape of History provides asearching look at the historian's craft, as well as a strong argument for why a historical consciousness should matter to us today.Gaddis points out that while the historical method is more sophisticated than most historians realize, it doesn't require unintelligible prose to explain. Like cartographers mapping landscapes, historians represent what they can never replicate. In doing so, they combine the techniques ofartists, geologists, paleontologists, and evolutionary biologists. Their approaches parallel, in intriguing ways, the new sciences of chaos, complexity, and criticality. They don't much resemble what happens in the social sciences, where the pursuit of independent variables functioning with staticsystems seems increasingly divorced from the world as we know it. So who's really being scientific and who isn't? This question too is one Gaddis explores, in ways that are certain to spark interdisciplinary controversy.Written in the tradition of Marc Bloch and E.H. Carr, The Landscape of History is at once an engaging introduction to the historical method for beginners, a powerful reaffirmation of it for practitioners, a startling challenge to social scientists, and an effective skewering of post-modernistclaims that we can't know anything at all about the past. It will be essential reading for anyone who reads, writes, teaches, or cares about history.

publié le 21-01-2020 - 31 vues
How to Win the Stock Market

This publication is for short-term traders, i.e. for traders who hold stocks for one to eight days. Short-term trading assumes buying and selling stocks often. After two to four months a trader will have good statistics and he or she can start an analysis of trading results. What are the main questions, which should be answered from this analysis?- Is my trading strategy profitable?- Is my trading strategy safe?- How can I increase the profitability of my strategy and decrease the risk of trading?No doubt it is better to ask these questions before using any trading strategy. We will consider methods of estimating profitability and risk of trading strategies, optimally dividing trading capital, using stop and limit orders and many other problems related to stock trading.

publié le 21-01-2020 - 33 vues
BOOK 4_50 From Paddington

4:50 from Paddington (Miss Marple, #8), original publication year 1957 Characters: Miss Jane Marple, Lucy Eyelesbarrow, Mrs McGillicuddy. Abstract: Having done her Christmas shopping, Mrs McGillicuddy relaxes happily in a train. Then another train, going in the same direction, draws abreast and for some minutes the two trains proceed side by side. That has happened to all of us. But in a first class carriage of the second train, Mrs McGillicuddy sees, to her horror, a man strangling a woman ... then the second train gathers speed and vanishes into the night. Who was the woman? Who was the man who strangled her? And why is the body not found for so long? As Mrs McGillicuddy is going to stay with her old friend Miss Marple, you may be sure these questions all get answered - in the end.

publié le 21-01-2020 - 29 vues
The 7 hidden reasons employees leave: how to recognize the subtle

The 7 Hidden Reasons Employees Leave can help you identify the "push" factors in your organization, and mitigate or eliminate all of them. Incorporating data from surveys performed by the prestigious Saratoga Institute of more than 19,000 employees, this critical book examines in depth: * How the employee and the employer travel a two-way street of expectation and reality; what are the warning signs of unmet expectations, and how can you best act on them? * How incomplete talent strategies lead to employee-job mismatches; why a passion for matching must become a core competency in your organization. * The ultimate cost of insufficient or ineffectual feedback; a five-step coaching process that builds strong and durable working relationships. * How growth and advancement opportunities are not keeping pace with new career expectations; how to create opportuinities and help your employees create their own. * Best pay practices, rewards programs, and other initiatives for valuing and recognizing employees; understanding the emotional impact of compensation and recognition programs. * The real toll that stress and overwork take on your employees - and on your bottom line; a look at how the best places to work in America got that way, even without high-profile or "newfangled" perks or benefits. * How leadership and employees can (and must) build an environment of mutual trust and confidence; the three universal questions every employee needs answered, and how a disengaged workforce

publié le 20-01-2020 - 45 vues
What Science is and How it Works

How does a scientist go about solving problems? How do scientific discoveries happen? Why are cold fusion and parapsychology different from mainstream science? What is a scientific worldview? In this lively and wide-ranging book, Gregory Derry talks about these and other questions as he introduces the reader to the process of scientific thinking. From the discovery of X rays and semiconductors to the argument for continental drift to the invention of the smallpox vaccine, scientific work has proceeded through honest observation, critical reasoning, and sometimes just plain luck. Derry starts out with historical examples, leading readers through the events, experiments, blind alleys, and thoughts of scientists in the midst of discovery and invention. Readers at all levels will come away with an enriched appreciation of how science operates and how it connects with our daily lives. An especially valuable feature of this book is the actual demonstration of scientific reasoning. Derry shows how scientists use a small number of powerful yet simple methods--symmetry, scaling, linearity, and feedback, for example--to construct realistic models that describe a number of diverse real-life problems, such as drug uptake in the body, the inner workings of atoms, and the laws of heredity. Science involves a particular way of thinking about the world, and Derry shows the reader that a scientific viewpoint can benefit most personal philosophies and fields of study. With an eye to both th

publié le 20-01-2020 - 50 vues
The Pelican King

Young Matthew's vacation-inspired excitement is infinitely compounded during his tropical island getaway when he soon discovers his father's allegiance to the most bizarre and magnificent protectors of the planet; and thus he takes his first steps to becoming a Pioneer, and the Pelican King. Matthew discovers that he and three other Pioneers from the island will need to make use of magical abilities and gifts to save handfuls of the planet's inhabitants as Mother Earth puts her foot down with devastating finality.

publié le 20-01-2020 - 48 vues
The Adventures of Anna of Waverly Manor

Anna, a ghost witch, lives in the attic of Waverly Manor with two ghosts, Boo and Tomfoolery. They don't like humans and frighten away everyone who tries to live there... ...until Jackie moves in with her parents. While Jackie's special needs make some things difficult for her, they also enable her to see Anna and the ghosts. After Jackie befriends Boo, things change in Anna's world, leading her on one adventure after another.

publié le 20-01-2020 - 55 vues
Alana Weatherbee: Book 1

Fifteen year old Alana Weatherbee leaves home for the first time to study at the School of Shines of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Finding herself the school outcast, she gains acceptance by becoming champion of the Labyrinth Games in spite of her teammates, the school bullies. Then Alana meets Logan, another outcast and, together, they fight to save their world from the evil Book of Spells. Also by Jack Sorenson on obooko: Jacks School of Shines Spooks and Magic The Adventures of Anna of Waverly Manor

publié le 20-01-2020 - 63 vues