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C++ Programming Language Cheat Sheet

CPP Documentation is in progress..

Comparing Two Integers in C Programming Language

Here is the code snippet in C programming language. #include <stdio.h> int main() { int a, b; a = 11; b = 99; // to take values from user input uncomment the below lines − // printf("Enter value for A :"); // scanf("%d", &a); // printf("Enter value for B :"); // scanf("%d", &b); if(a > b) printf("a is greater than b"); else printf("a is not greater than b"); return 0; }

Python Cheatsheet

Python sys Variables variable meaning argv Command line args builti­n_m­odu­le_­names Linked C modules byteorder Native byte order check_­int­erval Signal check frequency exec_p­refix Root directory executable Name of executable exitfunc Exit function name modules Loaded modules path Search path platform Current platform stdin, stdout, stderr File objects for I/O versio­n_info Python version info winver Version number Python sys.argv sys.argv for the command: python foo.py bar -c qux --h sys.

Is Go better than PHP?

First, “web development” is a very broad term and might, therefore, mean a lot of things including server-side rendered HTML pages, JSON APIs, microservices, etc. Second, let’s define what makes a programming language qualify for web development. (sorted by importance) Ecosystem Tooling Libraries Developer market Success stories Maintainability Language design Ecosystem consistency Performance Asynchronous execution for increased throughput Low latency Raw number-crunching performance Infrastructure Hosting and deployment Memory usage and cost in general So, let’s get ready to compare! Ecosystem (it depends) Both PHP and Go have created huge web-development ecosystems but they are focusing on different goals.

Which programming language should you learn if you want a job at Google, Amazon, Facebook or any big software company?

The typical way to get hired as a developer at these companies (Googel, Amazon, .. ) is as follows: Get an interview - If you’re already established in industry their recruiters are likely already pinging you if you’re on LinkedIn or other job site. Otherwise referrals are a good way to do this. Pass the interview - to do this you need the following: a. Be a good coder in a widely used industry language. Java is a very good choice in that regard. Most interviews will let you choose the language as long as it’s one of the commonly used industry languages (Remember the interviewer does need to be able to assess you!

Go Programming Language

Go in a Nutshell is .. Imperative language Statically typed Syntax tokens similar to C (but less parentheses and no semicolons) and the structure to Oberon-2 Compiles to native code (no JVM) No classes, but structs with methods Interfaces No implementation inheritance. There’s type embedding, though. Functions are first class citizens Functions can return multiple values Has closures Pointers, but not pointer arithmetic Built-in concurrency primitives: Goroutines and Channels Basic Syntax of Go Programming Language Hello World Example File hello.go: package main import "fmt" func main() { fmt.Println("Hello, Go") } $ go run hello.go

Kotlin for Android - Documentation and Code Snippets

All you need to start creating Android app in Kotlin. Kotlin Syntax Print to console print("Amit Shekhar") println("Amit Shekhar") Constants and Variables var name = "Amit Shekhar" val name = "Amit Shekhar" Assigning the null value var otherName : String? otherName = null Verify if value is null text?.let { val length = text.length } // or simply val length = text?.length Concatenation of strings var firstName = "Amit" var lastName = "Shekhar" var message = "My name is: $firstName $lastName" New line in string val text = """ |First Line |Second Line |Third Line """.

Java for Android – Documentation and Code Snippets

All you need to create Android app in Java. Java Syntax Primitive Data Types byte short int long float double char boolean Java Operators: Arithmetic: + , – , * , ? , % Assignment: = , -= , += , *= , /= , %= , &= , ^= , |= , «= , »= , »>= Bitwise: ^ , & , | Logical: && , || Relational: < , > , <= , >= , == , != Shift: « , » , »> Ternary: ?: Unary: ++x , –x , x++ , x– , +x , -x , !

Javascript Cheatsheet – Documentation and Code Snippets

Javascript is a scripting language, created to run in the Internet browser but later used in all places!. Javascript is always shortened as js or JS. Javascript Syntax: Variables // declare a variable var ourName; // store values myNumber = 5; myString = "myVar"; // declare variables with the assignment operator var myNum = 0; // add, subtract, multiply and divide numbers myVar = 5 + 10; // 15 myVar = 12 - 6; // 6 myVar = 13 * 13; // 169 myVar = 16 / 2; // 8 // increment and decrement numbers i++; // the equivalent of i = i + 1 i--; // the equivalent of i = i - 1; // decimals var ourDecimal = 5.