C++ || Yahoo! Sports – Current Batting Order – Programming Interview Test (Question 3 of 3)

The following is sample code which demonstrates a solution to the Yahoo! Sports programming interview question titled “Current Batting Order.” The test was taken on November 2013 for educational More »

C++ || Knapsack Problem Using Dynamic Programming

The following is another homework assignment which was presented in an Algorithm Engineering class. Using a custom timer class, the following is a program which reduces the problem of More »

C++ || Multi Process Server & Client Hash Table Using Thread Pools, Message Queues, & Signal Handlers

The following is another homework assignment which was presented in an Operating Systems Concepts class. Using commandline arguments, the following is a program which implements a multi threaded hash More »

Python || Aku Aku Snake Game Using Pygame

The following is another homework assignment which was presented in an Introduction to Game Design and Production class. This project is an implementation of the classic “Snake” game using More »

Python || Brainy Memory Game Using Pygame

The following is another homework assignment which was presented in an Introduction to Game Design and Production class. This project is an implementation of the classic “Memory” game using More »

 

C++ || Snippet – How To Send Text Over A Network Using A TCP Connection

The following is sample code which demonstrates the use of the “socket“, “connect“, “bind“, “read“, and “write” function calls for interprocess communication

C++ || Snippet – How To Send Text Over A Network Using A UDP Connection

The following is sample code which demonstrates the use of the “socket“, “bind“, “recvfrom“, and “sendto” function calls for interprocess communication over

Java || Snippet – How To Send Text Over A Network Using Socket

The following is sample code which demonstrates the use of the “socket” function call for interprocess communication over a network. The following

Python || Snippet – How To Send Text Over A Network Using Socket, Send, & Recv

The following is sample code which demonstrates the use of the “socket“, “connect“, “send“, and “recv” function calls for interprocess communication over

C++ || Knapsack Problem Using Dynamic Programming

The following is another homework assignment which was presented in an Algorithm Engineering class. Using a custom timer class, the following is

C++ || Decrease By Half Sorting Using Bubble Sort, Quick Sort, & Optimized Bubble Sort

The following is another homework assignment which was presented in an Algorithm Engineering class. Using a custom timer class, the following is

C++ || Knapsack Problem Using Exhaustive Search

The following is another homework assignment which was presented in an Algorithm Engineering class. Using a custom timer class, the following is

C++ || Empirical Analysis Using Min Element, Bubble Sort, & Selection Sort

The following is another homework assignment which was presented in an Algorithm Engineering class. Using a custom timer class, the following is

C++ || Snippet – Custom Template “ToString” Function For Primitive Data Types

The following is a custom template “ToString” function which converts the value of a primitive data type (i.e: int, double, long, unsigned,

C++ || Multi Process Server & Client Hash Table Using Thread Pools, Message Queues, & Signal Handlers

The following is another homework assignment which was presented in an Operating Systems Concepts class. Using commandline arguments, the following is a

C++ || File Copier Using Memory Mapped Files

The following is another homework assignment which was presented in an Operating Systems Concepts class. Using commandline arguments, the following is a

C++ || Snippet – How To Create A File Of Any Size

The following is sample code which demonstrates how to create a file of any size using the fseek and fwrite function calls.

C++ || Snippet – How To Use Memory Mapped Files

The following is sample code which demonstrates the use of the “mmap”, “munmap” and “getpagesize” function calls on Unix based systems. A

C++ || Snippet – How To Display The Size Of A File Using Stat

The following is sample code which demonstrates the use of the “stat” function calls on Unix based systems. The stat function returns