C++ Programming Tutorial


Basic Programming

Input - Output - Variables - Constants

Print text Count number of words, lines and chracters Read 2 numbers from user - computes sum Size, addr of variable of type int , float, char Declaration , initialization, print constant vari Reference variables

Bitwise Operators

Bitwise operator OR ( | ) Bitwise Operator AND (&) Bitwise Operator XOR ( ^ ) Bitwise Operator Left Shift ( << ) Bitwise Operator Right Shift ( >> )

Conditional Statements

Reads marks - test of 100 marks - print pass Reads number and prints even or odd number Read, compute, display grade using switch case Read marks, compute grade using if else Compute, display result - ternary operator ( ? : ) Read integers, operator, evaluate - switch case

Loops - Continue/Break Statement

Prints 10 integers using for loop Display sum of ten integers using for loop Print odd numbers from 0 to 50 using for Loop Compute, displays num factorial using for loop Histogram using nested for loop Print a diamond using nested for loop Square of ten integers using for loop Print 20 integers using while loop Print 20 int in reverse order using while loop Odd num, even num, divisible by 5 b/w 0 to 50 Display num digits in reverse order - while loop Display num in reverse order - do while loop Display factorial using do-while loop Even num - 0 to 50 - while, do-while, for loop Use of the break statement Use of the continue statement


Use of parameterless function Largest int among 3 - function with no return type Largest int among 3 - function with return type Use of call-by-value method in functions Use of call-by-refrence method in functions Use of inline functions Use of default argument function Use of function overloading Find distance b/w 2 points - function overloading Example of function overloading Example if built-in function Compute nCr Built int functions strcomp, strcmpi, stricmp Storage class Auto, Static with global variable


Find largest element of an array Initialize array by even numbers display sum Reverse the content of an integer array Histogram using array Print an array using function definition Read marks of students display total marks, status Whole array, single array elmt as parameter to fn Bubble sorting of arrays Search element in an array - Linear search Search element in an array - Binary search Read 2D array, display it row by row and sum

Pointers - Strings

Use of operator * and & Supplying of values to pointer variables Adding values to the contents of variables Use of pointer to pointers Functions returning pointers Operations performed on pointers 2D array of int using pointers 2D array of char (string) using pointers Srray before and after adding 5 to its contents Use of call-by-reference method using pointers Sum, smallest, largest element an array pointers Features of array of char known as string Example of constant pointers to non-constant data


Computes and displays the factorial of number Computes n_th term of the fibonacci series Towers of Hanoi Problem

General Programs

Find Book in the list of Books Year is a leap year or not Swap two variables using header file swap.h Find day of a week of a given date using arrays Convert decimal into binary, octal, pental code Covert given decimal into Roman Code Covert given Decimal into English Code Add two integers without using + operator Factorial of first five elements of the fibonacci Add two integers of any length Non-Linear function in one variable and evaluate



 void modify_array_element(int);
 void modify_array(int [],int);
 void print_array(int [],int);


       const int array_size=10;
       int array[array_size]={0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9};

       cout<<\"\\n The contents of the array before modification are : \"<<endl;


       cout<<\"\\n The contents of the array after modification are : \"<<endl;

       cout<<\"\\n\\n The value of array[5] before modification is = \"<<array[5];
       cout<<\"\\n\\n The value of array[5] after modification is = \"<<array[5];

       return 0;

 //-------------------------  print_array(int [],int)  -------------------//

 void print_array(int array[],int size)
       cout<<\"\\n     Elements :\"<<\"\\t\\t     Value:\"<<endl;

       for(int count=0;count<size;count++)
      cout<<\"\\t\"<<\" array [\"<<count<<\"]\"<<\"\\t\\t\"<<array[count]<<endl;

 //-------------------------  modify_array(int [],int)  ------------------//

 void modify_array(int array[],int size)
       for(int count=0;count<size;count++)

 //--------------------  modify_array_element(int)  ----------------------//

 void modify_array_element(int array_element)

    Related Post:
  1. Program to implement the Kurskals Algorithm to solve Minimum Cost Spanning Tree Problem (MST) using Graphics with Mouse Support

  2. Program to implement the Binary search Algorithm

  3. Program that takes input of 2 matrix rows and columns data and displays addition of it using + operator overloading

  4. Program that displays graphical representation of tower of hanoi

  5. Program that performs file read, write, update and display operations

  6. Program to illustrate the difference among public, protected and private inheritance

  7. Program that computes the n_th term of the fibonacci series and also print the series upto the n_th term using recursion

  8. Program to illustrate the implementation of Double Ended linked list as a Stack

  9. Problem you will be analyzing a property of an algorithm whose classification is not known for all possible inputs

  10. Program that reads marks obtained by a student in a test of 100 marks and print pass if marks are greater than or equal to 50

  11. Shortest Path using kruskal algorithm

  12. Program to calculate anybody\’s single digit lucky number

  13. Program of swapping numbers by call by reference

  14. Program to illustrate the use of the continue statement

  15. Program to read a Non-Linear equation in one variable, then evaluate it using Newton-Raphson Method and display its kD accurate root

  16. Program that reads in a matrix and checks if it has the parity property


  18. Program of doubly link list

  19. Program to solve the Towers of Hanoi Problem (using Recursive Algorithm)

  20. Program that prints odd numbers, even numbers and the numbers that are divisible by 5 b/w 0 to 50