Beginning Programming for Dummies Discover the latest programming tips and techniques
Start writing programs for WindowsÐ®, LinuxÐ®, MacintoshÐ®, Palms, and PocketPCs
Ready to take control of your computer by writing your own programs? Mixing concepts with humor, author Wallace Wang shows you how to begin programming as simply and quickly as...
Trustworthy Compilers (Quantitative Software Engineering Series)
The Most Complete, Real-World Guide to Compiler
Development—and the Principles of Trustworthy Compilers
Drawing on the author's over thirty years of expertise in compiler development, research, and instruction, Trustworthy Compilers introduces and analyzes the concept of trustworthy compilers and the principles...
C++ GUI Programming with Qt 3 (Bruce Peren's Open Source) The first official Trolltech guide to Qt 3.2 programming!
Straight from Trolltech, this book covers all you need to build industrial-strength applications with Qt 3.2.x and C++--applications that run natively on Windows, Linux/Unix, Mac OS X, and embedded Linux with no source code changes! The book teaches solid Qt programming practices; it is...
Memory as a Programming Concept in C and C++
The overwhelming majority of program bugs and computer crashes stem from problems of memory access, allocation, or deallocation. Such memory-related problems are also notoriously difficult to debug. Yet the role that memory plays in C and C++ programming is a subject often overlooked in courses and books because it requires specialized knowledge...
The Power PC Compiler Writer's Guide This book describes, mainly by coding examples, the code patterns that perform well on PowerPC processors. The book will be particularly helpful to compiler developers and application-code specialists who are already familiar with optimizing compiler technology and are looking for ways to exploit the PowerPC architecture. It will also be helpful to... Embedded Systems: Desktop Integration (Wordware Applications Library) In this book, we design a thermostat that interfaces to a host
system through RS-232, USB, and Ethernet. To make things fun,
the device layer and user applications have to run on Windows,
Linux, and FreeBSD. We build three prototype thermostats using
the BASIC Stamp, PIC Microcontroller, and PSOC Microcontroller.
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