October, 2015

  • 13 October

    5 Traits of a Great Logo Design

    There are certain logos like Apple’s or Nike’s that are highly successful and lasting that they come to your mind just by merely mentioning the brand name. So what is so special about a logo design that makes it stand out? Following are the five traits that turns a logo …

September, 2015

  • 16 September

    iPhone 6S vs. Galaxy S6. Why Samsung is Winning

    Now that smartphones have become an integral part of daily life, higher end options have become more commonplace. At the top of the Apple v. Android camp, respectively, have risen the iPhone 6 and the Samsung Galaxy S6. But if you are itching to preorder Apple’s latest offering, iPhone 6S, …

August, 2015

  • 24 August

    Function overloading in C++ with Examples

    Function Overloading example

    In programming languages, Function overloading is a process of declaring multiple member functions having same name but differ in one of the following Different types of parameters. Different number of parameters. Different sequence of parameters. For Example:- Sum(int, int) Sum(Float, Float) Sum(int, float) Sum(int, float, int) This process have many …

  • 24 August

    Function Overriding in C++ with examples

    Function overriding example

    In C++ programming language, Functions overriding is a process of declaring the functions of same name and signatures as in a parent classes and a child classes. Functions overriding is usually used in terms of inheritance, it is also used to produce polymorphic behavior. When a member function of child …

  • 24 August

    Multilevel Inheritance in C++ with examples

    MultiLevel Inhertitance example 2

    In programming, the multilevel inheritance is a technique or process in which a child class is inherited from another derived class. Let’s think of it in terms of a family tree. We have a class father, Son class is inherited from father class and grandson class is inherited from Son …

  • 24 August

    Multiple Inheritance in C++ with examples

    Multiple inheritance example 3

    It is a process or mechanism in which a child class is inherited from two parent classes. Some programming languages allows multiple inheritance like C++ and some does not allows it like Java. When a child class is inherited from two or more than two parent classes, it inherits all …

  • 24 August

    Inheritance in C++ with examples

    Inheritance example

    Inheritance in C++ is a programming technique for producing a new class which has a properties and functionality of a class from which it is inherited. The class which is to be produced is called child class or derived class, the class from which it is inherited is called parent …

  • 22 August

    Insertion Sort in C++ with Examples

    Insertion Sort11

    Insertion sort C++ is one of the most commonly used algorithm in C++ language for the sorting of fewer values or smaller arrays. It is preferred our Selection sort but other faster algorithms like bubble sort, QuickSort, and Merge Sort are preferred our insertion sort. The Insertion sorting C++ is …

  • 19 August

    Merge Sort in C++ with examples

    Merge Sort4

    Merge sort C++ is one of the very efficient algorithm in programming languages. It is normally used for the sorting of large data. Normally, Quicksort is preferred over Merge Sort because Quicksort has a smaller constant factor. In programming Merge sort is preferred on bubble sort, selection sort and insertion …

  • 18 August

    QuickSort in C++ with examples

    QuickSort C++ is one of the fastest sorting algorithm in programming. Quick Sorting works on divide and conquer approach. It sorts the array in such a way so that the pivot point comes into the middle and at the left of the pivot point smaller elements are generated and at …