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A Guide to HTML

As part of my ongoing series on client-side web programming, I decided to write a guide to HTML. To many programmers, this may seem like a big waste of time. Nowadays, everyone has worked with HTML. Plenty of programmers (myself … Continue reading

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Breaking cin for fun and profit

This post was originally written for students in Bunker Hill’s CIT 120 course. Breaking the cin object for validation As you should know, cin is an object. Specifically, it is an object of type istream (or, an instance of the … Continue reading

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A beginner’s guide to function design in C/C++

This post was originally written for students in Bunker Hill’s CIT 120 course. Quite a few beginning CS students have trouble with function design. They know the syntax of functions, how to write headers, etc.; but they’re having trouble actually … Continue reading

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