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Regular Expressions in Programming Languages: The Story of C++

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In this issue of OSFY, we present the third article on regular expressions in programming languages. The earlier articles covered the use of regular...

Azure Functions gets Java support

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Support for Java functions has been added to Microsoft’s Azure Functions serverless computing platform. The new beta inclusion is an addition to the existing...

Microsoft to release C# 8 with capabilities to improve code quality

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  Microsoft has started preparing for the launch of the version 8 of its C# language. This new version will be mainly targeted to improved...

12 most in-demand programming languages

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  Our needs, wants and demands are massively augmented with the help of machines, and so is the global market, which is thus wrapped up...

Minor differences between C and C++

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  This article discusses the subtle and minute differences between C and C++. An article titled ‘Major Differences Between C and C++’ would have been quite...

C++ inventor builds open source project to define its modern code

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  C++ is one such traditional programming languages that have been widely used today -- even in several modern applications. But to improve its readability...

Julia: A language that walks like Python, runs like C

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Julia is an emerging star in the world of programming languages. It offers the coveted combination of high performance and productivity. What Julia offers...

Ccache : A Rapid and Efficient Compiler Cache for GCC/G++

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Ccache makes compilation very fast because it caches previous compilations and detects when these are being recompiled. It is free software that supports C,...

Netcat: The TCP/IP Swiss Army Knife

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Here’s an introduction to Netcat, the powerful computer networking utility that performs numerous network related tasks. It is designed to be a dependable back-end,...

A quick look at integer promotion in C

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Data types like char and short int take a fewer number of bytes than int. These data types are automatically promoted to int or...