Tổng hợp tài liệu :

IT training c programming a beginners course kalicharan 2008 08 22

iOS sdk programming a beginners guide

iOS sdk programming a beginners guide
. 436AudioServicesPlaySystemSound 437AVAudioPlayer and AVAudioPlayerDelegate 438Try This: Playing a Sound and an MP3 439Media Player Framework 442Media Data Classes. 1408UITabBar and UITabBarController 141UITabBar, UITabBarController, UITabBarItem, and UITabBarControllerDelegate 142Try This: Using the Tab Bar Application
  • 529
  • 1,074
  • 0

Roberge, brandle, whittington a laboratory course in c++ data structures

Roberge, brandle, whittington   a laboratory course in c++ data structures
Đây là quyển sách tiếng anh về lĩnh vực công nghệ thông tin cho sinh viên và những ai có đam mê. Quyển sách này trình về lý thuyết ,phương pháp lập trình cho ngôn ngữ C và C++. . Cataloging -in- Publication Data Robergé, Jim. A laboratory course in C++ data structures / James Robergé, Stefan Brandle, David Whittington. p. cm.ISBN 0-7 63 7-1 97 6-5 1. C++. Laboratory Course in C++ Data Structures. In each laboratory, you will explore a particular data structure byimplementing it. As you create an implementation,
  • 431
  • 670
  • 0

microsoft c programming for absolute beginners

microsoft c programming for absolute beginners
. Microsoft C# Programming for the Absolute Beginner Table of Contents Microsoft C# Programming for the Absolute Beginner 1 Introduction 4 Overview 4 Chapter 1: Basic Input and Output:. the First Character 76 Checking for a Vowel 76 Adding Debugging Code 76 Closing Up the code 77 Summary 77 Chapter 4: Objects and Encapsulation: The Critter Program 78 Introducing the Critter Program. a Constructor 102 Adding a Constructor to the Critter Class 103 Creating the CritViewer Class 104 Reviewing the Static Keyword 105 Calling a Constructor from the Main() Method 106 Examining CritViewer’s
  • 394
  • 1,082
  • 0

o'reilly - learning actionscript 3 0 a beginners guide jan 2008

o'reilly - learning actionscript 3 0 a beginners guide jan 2008
. United States or Canada) ( 707 ) 82 9 -0 515 (international or local) ( 707 ) 82 9 -0 104 (fax) We have a web page for this book, where we list errata, examples, and any additional information. You can access. information contained herein. This book uses RepKover TM , a durable and flexible lay-flat binding. ISBN- 10: 0- 5 9 6-5 2787-X ISBN- 13: 97 8 -0 -5 9 6-5 278 7-7 [F] Adobe Developer Library, a copublishing partnership. practice. When ActionScript 3. 0 was released, the interested audience grew dra- matically. Reactions ranged from excitement to uncertainty to fear, as the ActionScript 3. 0 learning curve became
  • 384
  • 707
  • 2

o'reilly - learning actionscript 3 0 a beginners guide jan 2008

o'reilly - learning actionscript 3 0 a beginners guide jan 2008
. United States or Canada) ( 707 ) 82 9 -0 515 (international or local) ( 707 ) 82 9 -0 104 (fax) We have a web page for this book, where we list errata, examples, and any additional information. You can access. information contained herein. This book uses RepKover TM , a durable and flexible lay-flat binding. ISBN- 10: 0- 5 9 6-5 2787-X ISBN- 13: 97 8 -0 -5 9 6-5 278 7-7 [F] Adobe Developer Library, a copublishing partnership. practice. When ActionScript 3. 0 was released, the interested audience grew dra- matically. Reactions ranged from excitement to uncertainty to fear, as the ActionScript 3. 0 learning curve became
  • 384
  • 472
  • 0

a first course in stochastic models - h. c. tijms

a first course in stochastic models - h. c. tijms
. Cataloging -in- Publication Data Tijms, H. C. A first course in stochastic models / Henk C. Tijms. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-4 7 1-4 988 0-7 (acid-free paper)—ISBN 0-4 7 1-4 988 1-5 . with back ordering. In this model customers asking for a certain product arrive according to a Poisson process with rate λ. Each cus- tomer asks for one unit of the product. The initial on-hand. of continuous-time Markov chains in Chapter 4. Also, the alternative definition of the Poisson process has the advantage that it can be generalized to an arrival process with time-dependent arrival
  • 483
  • 459
  • 0

C H A P T E R 45 Directions GED Mathematics Practice Questions NOW IT’S time to put all that you doc

C H A P T E R 45 Directions GED Mathematics Practice Questions NOW IT’S time to put all that you doc
. notes or calculations on a sep- arate piece of paper. CHAPTER GED Mathematics Practice Questions NOW IT’S time to put all that you have learned about mathematics and problem solving into practice. . sign that reads “5 cans for $3.” At the same rate, how much would the store charge, to the nearest whole cent, for 8 cans? Mark your answer in the circles in the grid below. 79. A plastic pipe,. sheet provided on the following page. Make sure you mark the answer in the circle that corresponds to the question. Note: On the GED, you are not permitted to write in the test booklet. Make any
  • 40
  • 304
  • 0

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 1 ppsx

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 1 ppsx
. introduce laboratories into his data structures course, he jumped at the chance. He saw laboratories as a way of involving students as active, creative partners in the learning process. By making. understanding. S.B. & D.W. xiv | Preface Preface v 1 Logbook ADT 1 Focus: Implementing an ADT using a C++ class Application: Generating a calendar display 2 Point List ADT 23 Focus: Array implementation. this laboratory you will: Examine the components that form an abstract data type (ADT) Implement an ADT using a C++ class Create a function that displays a logbook in calendar form Investigate
  • 44
  • 376
  • 0

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 2 pps

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 2 pps
. modified program using a square and a dragon curve. (1, 2) (1 .29 , 2. 71) (2, 3) (2. 71, 2. 71) (3, 2) (2. 71, 1 .29 ) (2, 1) (1 .29 , 1 .29 ) (1, 2) Test Plan for the Curve Drawing Program Test Case Expected. without performing a rotation. To translate a single two-dimensional point (x, y), the x value can be changed by a specific amount—called delta-x (⌬x)—and the y value can be changed by another amount, delta-y. You can test this case by entering the following sequence of keyboard commands. Command + 1 1 + 1 2 + 2 2 + 2 1 Q Action Append (1,1) Append (1 ,2) Append (2, 2) Append (2, 1) Quit It is easy to
  • 43
  • 276
  • 0

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 3 ppsx

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 3 ppsx
. retrieves a data item based on its key, and a private member facilitator function binarySearch() that locates a data item in the array using a binary search. The OrdList class also includes its. data items in the list cursor; // Cursor array index DataType *dataItems; // Array containing the list data items }; A class declaration for the List class containing the changes specified above. data item E, the data item that precedes E has a key that is less than E’s key, and the data item that follows E has a key that is greater than E’s key. At any point in time, one data item in
  • 43
  • 320
  • 0

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 4 pdf

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 4 pdf
. Data members int maxSize, // Maximum number of data data items in the queue front, // Index of the front data data item rear; // Index of the rear data data item DT *dataItems; // Array containing. ADT using a singly linked list to store the queue data items. Each node in the linked list should contain a queue data item (dataItem) and a pointer to the node containing the next data item in. permutation cannot be produced. “abc”“acb” “bac”“bca” “cab”“cba” Part B Given the input string “abcd”, which four-character permutations beginning with the character ‘d’ can be output by a code fragment
  • 43
  • 329
  • 0

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 5 pot

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 5 pot
. overloaded assignment operator we are reinitializing an already initialized object. Care must be taken during reinitialization to avoid causing memory leaks and other problems. Note that there is another. explain your reasoning behind each estimate. insert O( ) Explanation: remove O( ) Explanation: gotoNext O( ) Explanation: gotoPrior O( ) Explanation: 156 | Laboratory 7 Laboratory 7: Postlab Exercise. the argument. Unfortunately, this approach does not work well with instances of classes such as the singly linked list that contain dynamically allocated data. Consider what happens when the call dummy(testList); is
  • 43
  • 213
  • 0

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 6 doc

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 6 doc
. what each statement in the reverseSub() function does during the call in which parameter p points to the node containing a . In particular, how are the links to and from this node changed as a result. support traversal of a list from its end back to its beginning. The following pair of functions outputs each list data item twice, once as the list is traversed from beginning to end and again as it. and artificial intelligence. Let’s begin by examining how you develop a recursive function definition, using the factorial function as an example. You can express the factorial of a positive integer
  • 43
  • 305
  • 0

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 7 pptx

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 7 pptx
. identifier char firstName[nameLength], // Name of account holder lastName[nameLength]; double balance; // Account balance }; void main () { ifstream acctFile (“accounts.dat”); // Accounts database file AccountRecord. _________________________________________ A database is a collection of related pieces of information that is organized for easy retrieval. The following set of accounts records, for instance, form an accounts database. Record # Account. based on account ID require an index that associates each account ID with the corresponding record number. You can implement this index using a binary search tree in which each data item contains
  • 43
  • 371
  • 0

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 8 doc

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 8 doc
. can represent a graph in many ways. In this laboratory you will use an array to store the set of vertices and an adjacency matrix to store the set of edges. An entry (j,k) in an adjacency matrix contains. create a road map of a particular highway network. To avoid causing confusion among map users, you must be careful to color the cities in such a way that no cities sharing a common border also. coloring of any planar graph (that is, any graph that can be drawn on a sheet of paper without having the edges cross one another) requires using at most four colors. A planar graph that requires
  • 43
  • 276
  • 0

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 9 potx

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 9 potx
. data require character sequences—or strings—rather than individual characters. A string can be represented in C++ using a one-dimensional array of characters. By convention, a string begins in. string greater alpha epsilon First string greater epsilon alpha Identical strings alpha alpha First string embedded in second alp alpha Second string embedded in first alpha alpha First string. is a single character a alpha Second string is a single character alpha a First string is empty empty alpha Second string is empty alpha empty Both strings are empty empty empty 346 | Laboratory
  • 43
  • 396
  • 0

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 10 potx

A Laboratory Course in C++Data Structures phần 10 potx
. plan again. Test Plan for the Operations in the Timer ADT Actual Time Period Measured time period Test Case (in seconds) (in seconds) Checked Performance Evaluation | 385 Laboratory C: In- lab. function starts and when it finishes, for instance Compare the performance of a set of searching routines Compare the performance of a set of sorting routines Compare the performance of your array and. where in the heap can the data item with the next-to-highest priority be located? Give examples to illustrate your answer. Part B Given the same heap as in Part A, where in the heap can the data
  • 43
  • 351
  • 0

Oxidative stress regulates DTNBPI dysbindin 1 expression and degradation via a pest sequence in it s c terminus

Oxidative stress regulates DTNBPI dysbindin 1 expression and degradation via a pest sequence in it s c terminus
... HindIII sites including the predicted core promoter of dysbindin- 1A was isolated using a forward CAGTCTCGAGAGGACTGGGGATGTCACTCA-3’) primer and reverse (5’primer (5’- GTACAAGCTTAACCCAGCCTTCTCCAAG-3’)... PEST sequence on Dysbindin- 1 expression in vitro PEST sequence under oxidative stress was investigated using SH-SY5Y human neuroblastoma cells that stably overexpress dysbindin- 1A or dysbindin- 1A. .. that Sp1 is involved in modulating dysbindin- 1 expression upon oxidative stress To validate and propose Sp1 as an activator of dysbindin1 , further studies such as (1) mutagenesis of Sp1 binding
  • 112
  • 351
  • 0
1 2 3 4 .. >