This question was (and still is) one of the most favourite question of our professors - int a = 5; int b = ++a + ++a; /* What will be the value of a? */And its variants
A few days ago, I was lurking on r/vim when I came across this post I have never made a Reddit bot before, but I had a feeling it wasn't that difficult.
You might have heard this phrase by your professors a lot - "C++ is a superset of C. Anything that works in C, works in C++." If you are in India, probably that's
If you have been a Node JS developer like me, you now have something to be excited about. We have a new competitor in town - Deno. Deno is a simple, modern and
I am a lazy f***, and sometimes, while working on my laptop, I don’t feel like stretching my hand aaaaaallllll the way to the laptop. I use an app on my phone