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Pointers in C Programming – Basics

DATA STRUCTURES IN C – LINKED LIST (20 PROGRAMS) Try DATA STRUCTURES IN C – LINKED LIST (20 PROGRAMS) Pointers in C Programming – Basics : Source Code : #include<stdio.h> int main() { int a=5; int *ptr; //Declaring a integer pointer variable which can point to a address of integer ptr=&a; //Pointer variable ptr will now… Read More »

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MinnowBoard – Open source computer powered by Intel Atom processor

           Open source software and hardware projects are new and innovative all over the world. Developers are contributing a lot for open source projects and most of the those projects really come out well. Some of the successful open source projects are Linux OS, Parallella etc. Intel is another company to join in… Read More »

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Desktop vs Laptop Performance – Processor & GPU – ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW

          The everyday computing is primarily done using a desktop or a laptop. When we are buying a laptop or a desktop, we are very much concerned about the configuration particularly the processor/CPU, RAM and the GPU/graphic card. Consider the processor for instance, we have Intel Core-i7 processor for both desktop… Read More »

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Google Glass – An virtual reality headset with head-mount display

           The technology is going far beyond than what we think. The people want the technology to be used in easier way. Smartphones are one such device which comes with lot of technologies power-packed in it. Some of the technologies are high sensitive touch, WiFi,  Bluetooth, Full HD display, high quality camera etc. Most of the people… Read More »

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Linked List in C- Merge two Linked List into Single Linked List – Efficient

DATA STRUCTURES IN C – LINKED LIST (20 PROGRAMS) Try DATA STRUCTURES IN C – LINKED LIST (20 PROGRAMS) Linked List in C- Merge two Linked List into Single Linked List – Efficient : Input Linked List 1: one->three->five->seven Head of Linked List 1 is head1 Linked List 2: two->four->six Head of Linked List 2 is… Read More »

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