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Pointers

Pointers

Pointers Class #10 – Pointer Review, Dynamic Memory Allocation, Linked Lists int *x; x is a pointer to an integer. You can use the integer x points to in a C++ expression like this: y = *x + 17; *x = *x +1; “the int x points to” MEMORY Address 0 1 2 3 4 5 ... ... &foo

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CS61C : Machine Structures Lecture 1.2.2 C Structs 2004-06-24 Kurt Meinz inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~cs61c

CS61C : Machine Structures Lecture 1.2.2 C Structs 2004-06-24 Kurt Meinz inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~cs61c

CS61C : Machine Structures Lecture 1.2.2 C Structs 2004-06-24 Kurt Meinz inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~cs61c. Review: Arrays. Arrays are (almost) identical to pointers char *string and char string[] are nearly identical declarations

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Doubly Linked Lists

Doubly Linked Lists

Doubly Linked Lists. CS 308 – Data Structures. Node data. info : the user's data next, back : the address of the next and previous node in the list. .back. .info. .next. Node data (cont.). template<class ItemType> struct NodeType { ItemType info; NodeType<ItemType>* next;

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Lecture 9: Programmable Shaders

Lecture 9: Programmable Shaders

Lecture 9: Programmable Shaders. Prof. Hsien-Hsin Sean Lee School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology. Why Programmable Shaders . Hardwired pipeline Produces limited effects Effects look the same Gamers want unique look-n-feel

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CISC181 Introduction to Computer Science Dr. McCoy Lecture 24 Clicker Questions November 24, 2009

CISC181 Introduction to Computer Science Dr. McCoy Lecture 24 Clicker Questions November 24, 2009

CISC181 Introduction to Computer Science Dr. McCoy Lecture 24 Clicker Questions November 24, 2009. Given the class definition class CreateDestroy { public: CreateDestroy() { cout << "constructor called, "; } ~CreateDestroy() { cout << "destructor called, "; } };

By garin
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CS2403 Programming Languages Names, Bindings, Scopes

CS2403 Programming Languages Names, Bindings, Scopes

CS2403 Programming Languages Names, Bindings, Scopes. Chung-Ta King Department of Computer Science National Tsing Hua University. (Slides are adopted from Concepts of Programming Languages , R.W. Sebesta). The Concept of Variables . What do x = 1 ; and x = x + 1; mean?

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nesC Programming

nesC Programming

nesC Programming. KETI / Ubiquitous Computing Center Jeonghoon Kang budge@keti.re.kr. SN Overview. Sensor Network: Bridge between the internet and the physical world IEEE 802.15.4 (TinyOS, IPv6, ZigBee, SP100, etc). Network Embedded System C. Main.exe. App.c. TinyOS / nesC.

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Malloc Recitation

Malloc Recitation

Malloc Recitation. By sseshadr. Agenda. Macros in C Pointer declarations Casting and Pointer Arithmetic Malloc. Macros. Macros. Runtime, compile-time, or pre-compile time? Constant: #define NUM_ENTRIES 100 OK Macro #define twice(x) 2*x Not OK twice(x+1) becomes 2*x+1

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Lecture 9: Programmable Shaders

Lecture 9: Programmable Shaders

Lecture 9: Programmable Shaders. Prof. Hsien-Hsin Sean Lee School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology. Why Programmable Shaders . Hardwired pipeline Produces limited effects Effects look the same Gamers want unique look-n-feel

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CS 501: Software Engineering Fall 2000

CS 501: Software Engineering Fall 2000

CS 501: Software Engineering Fall 2000. Lecture 21 Dependable Systems I Reliability. Administration. Assignment 3 • Report due tomorrow at 5 p.m. group design with individual parts • Presentations Wednesday through Friday every group member must present during the semester.

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EE551 Real-Time Operating Systems

EE551 Real-Time Operating Systems

EE551 Real-Time Operating Systems. Pointers and Pointers to Functions Course originally developed by Maj Ron Smith. Addresses. We know that we use variables to identify our data within our programs

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Introduction to Programming

Introduction to Programming

Introduction to Programming. Lecture No. 1. Program. “A precise sequence of steps to solve a particular problem”. Alan Perlis – Yale University: “It goes against the grain of modern education to teach children to program. What fun is there in making plans,

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CS 213 Introduction to Computer Systems Course Organization Todd C. Mowry January 18, 2000

CS 213 Introduction to Computer Systems Course Organization Todd C. Mowry January 18, 2000

CS 213 Introduction to Computer Systems Course Organization Todd C. Mowry January 18, 2000. Topics: Staff, text, and policies Lecture topics and assignments Lab rationale. class01b.ppt. CS 213 F’99. Teaching staff. Instructors Prof. Guy Blelloch (Tue 3:30-4:30, DH 4307)

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Chapter 22 – Data Structures and Collections

Chapter 22 – Data Structures and Collections

Chapter 22 – Data Structures and Collections. Outline 22.1 Introduction 22.2 Self-Referential Classes 22.3 Linked Lists 22.4 Stacks 22.5 Queues 22.6 Trees 22.6.1 Binary Search Tree of Integer Values 22.6.2 Binary Search Tree of IComparable Objects

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Chapter 15 – Data Structures

Chapter 15 – Data Structures

Chapter 15 – Data Structures. Outline 15.1 Introduction 15.2 Self-Referential Classes 15.3 Dynamic Memory Allocation 15.4 Linked Lists 15.5 Stacks 15.6 Queues 15.7 Trees. 15.1 Introduction. dynamic data structures - grow and shrink during execution

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Porting NANOS on SDSM

Porting NANOS on SDSM

Porting NANOS on SDSM. GOAL Porting a shared memory environment to distributed memory. What is missing to current SDSM ?. Christian Perez. Who am i ? . December 1999 : PhD at LIP, ENS Lyon, France Data parallel languages, distributed memory, load balancing, preemptive thread migration

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Chapter 7: The List ADT

Chapter 7: The List ADT

Chapter 7: The List ADT. Chapter 7 Lists Overview The List ADT and its uses; dynamic memory allocation; programming with linked lists. Objectives. 1. Understanding and applying the List ADT. 2. Implementing a List Class using an array. 3. Implementing a List Class using a linked list.

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DYNAMICALLY ALLOCATED ARRAYS

DYNAMICALLY ALLOCATED ARRAYS

DYNAMICALLY ALLOCATED ARRAYS. Chapter 2. DYNAMIC MEMORY ALLOCATION. Most often we face situations in programming where the data is dynamic in nature. That is ,the no of data items keep changing during the execution of the program.

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C Data Structures

C Data Structures

C Data Structures. C How to Program, 6/e. 12.1   Introduction. We’ve studied fixed-size data structures such as single-subscripted arrays, double-subscripted arrays and struct s . This chapter introduces dynamic data structures with sizes that grow and shrink at execution time.

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CS222

CS222

Week 10 - Friday. CS222. Last time. What did we talk about last time? Bit fields in structs Unions Examples. Questions?. Project 4 . Quotes.

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