C, C++, Python and Ruby Programming

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307 Lessons (26h)

  • Introduction
    4 in 1 intro
  • C Programming Language
    1 introduction5:07
    2 codeblocks7:21
    3 first program10:12
    4 comment2:13
    5 Keywords and Identifiers1:37
    6 C Tokens3:54
    7 Data types2:09
    8 adding two numbers14:37
    9 add two floats1:40
    10 Display name3:41
    11 swap two numbers13:27
    12 more examples12:32
    13 conditions and loops if-else statements7:38
    14 for and whil loops10:27
    15 largest number4:12
    16 vowel or consonant2:34
    17 multiplication table3:57
    18 printing star traingle8:50
    19 functions introduction5:08
    20 function add()5:11
    21 function exmple add() sub()3:05
    22 function example add() sub()25:57
    23 arrays5:27
    24 arrays example5:04
    25 arrays adding marks6:01
    26 multi-dimensional arrays4:32
    27 multi-dimensional arrays example18:04
    28 three dimensional arrays example3:16
    29 adding two arrays4:50
    30 changing the output result look4:59
    31 string introduction3:40
    32 gets() puts strings5:38
    33 calling function using string type1:53
    34 string functions introduction2:26
    35 string function example4:19
    36 Pointers introduction8:06
    37 pointers example4:39
    38 pointer example 22:46
    39 pointers and arrays7:44
    40 pointers and arrays example3:42
    41 pointers and functions3:01
    42 Dynamic memory allocation4:08
    43 Example of Dynamic memory allocation5:42
    44 structures in c4:44
    45 structures using pointers2:33
    46 structures and functions3:05
    47 unions2:37
    48 C Enumeration5:40
    49 preprocessor and macros5:18
    50 conclusion2:33
  • C++ Programming
    0 Introduction2:51
    1 First program.mp4.ns8:36
    2 comment and endl6:14
    3 data types integer5:34
    4 data type char1:50
    5 data type float2:23
    6 user input data4:23
    7 program to convert gallons to litres3:27
    8 program to add two numbers3:56
    9 program to swap two numbers7:50
    10 printing the name and age4:37
    11 Escape sequence3:15
    12 constants3:41
    13 new line using define2:25
    14 operators in c++9:57
    15 if else satements introdution6:16
    16 c program to find number is positive or negative5:38
    17 c++ program to find the largest number7:04
    18 nested if statements3:27
    19 Loops Introduction2:46
    20 For Loop Example5:15
    21 Program to print multiplication table5:36
    22 Nested For Loops3:04
    23 while loop3:19
    24 do while loop3:03
    25 Finding the factorial of number5:12
    26 Break statement2:17
    27 continue statement4:28
    28 Switch-Case Statements8:21
    29 Functions in c++ Introduction4:14
    30 Functions in c++ example add( )6:44
    31 Functions example26:16
    32 Arrays Introduction7:31
    33 one dimensional arrays5:57
    34 one dimensional array example5:28
    35 array example 26:52
    36 array example 34:51
    37 adding marks using arrays6:36
    38 Two dimensional arrays6:08
    39 Two dimensional array example4:29
    40 Three dimensional arrays4:26
    41 Adding two arrays10:36
    42 Strings in C++ Introduction6:17
    43 String Example3:48
    44 String Functions8:37
    45 Pointers Introductioni4:19
    46 Pointers Example7:04
    47 Pointers and Arrays6:56
    48 Pointers and Arrays Example6:59
    49 Pointers and Funtions13:13
    50 References in C++4:01
    51 Reference Example3:09
    52 Data Structures Introduction10:42
    53 Structures Example5:36
    54 Pointers in Structures3:09
    55 Structures and Funtions6:38
    56 Unions4:43
    57 Enemurated Data Types5:20
    58 OOPs Introduction7:14
    59 class and objects6:00
    60 class and object Example6:09
    61 class and object example8:32
    62 Inheritance7:52
    63 Multiple inheritance and visibility11:22
    64 Inheriatance example9:09
    65 Inheritance example23:39
    66 Inheritance visibility section example7:13
    67 Using protected members2:21
    68 Protected Inheritance10:11
    69 Multiple Inheritance example6:39
    70 Constructor and Destructor Introduction4:28
    71 Default Constructor4:07
    72 Parameterized Constructor3:54
    73 Copy Constructor2:21
    74 Destructor2:44
    75 Polymorphism Introduction2:25
    76 Function Overriding5:31
    77 Function overloading pointers1:01
    78 Virtual Funtion4:28
    79 Abstract class and pure virtual function10:36
    80 Virtual Destructor6:50
    81 Function Overloading4:56
    82 Operator overloading2:54
    83 namespace3:09
    84 using namespace2:27
    85 conclusion2:14
  • Python Programming Language
    1 Introduction8:15
    2 First Program5:36
    3 Basics15:56
    4 Commenting5:41
    5 Variables5:58
    6 variable24:08
    7 User entered data5:59
    8 Operators6:17
    9 Creating file and .exe file7:34
    11 If statement5:35
    12 If-else statements5:16
    13 Program to print odd or even5:25
    14 Program to find vowel6:51
    15 Find the greatest number5:23
    16 For Loops6:10
    17 While Loops4:53
    18 Program to print factorial of number7:00
    19 Program for multiplication table2:45
    20 multi multiplication table5:50
    21 Exponential Program4:55
    22 Break statement4:16
    23 continue statement3:01
    24 Example password5:15
    25 Functions and Modules7:09
    26 User defined functions5:22
    27 Functions with arguements4:02
    28 Creating modules6:16
    29 Strings4:35
    30 Strings22:55
    31 List introduction6:03
    32 List methods6:57
    33 Tuples3:47
    34 Dictionaries6:05
    35 Time module5:11
    36 Time module example4:43
    37 delay time example4:33
    38 Small assignment2:48
    39 Calendar module4:57
    40 Files intoduction3:35
    41 Rename and Remove files3:35
    42 Working with folders5:47
    43 Exceptions4:57
    44 Formatting inside print()6:27
    45 .format() function6:55
    46 Class and Object Introduction4:01
    47 Class creation5:44
    48 Constructor method6:37
    49 Student class example8:13
    50 Special functions8:53
    51 Inheritance3:29
    52 overloading4:37
    54 Before GUI3:30
    55 Creating window3:27
    56 Changing size and position4:51
    57 Adding Labels to window4:43
    58 grid and place to change label position7:16
    59 Adding buttons4:22
    60Adding methods to buttons4:30
    61 Creating text box2:43
    62 two windows6:44
    63 Adding menubar5:13
    64 Adding menulist4:59
    65 Adding functionality to menulist3:20
    66 Changing font3:16
    67 message box6:13
    68 Creating a counter6:40
    69 colorchooser6:12
    70 askopenfile4:04
    71 content inside file3:29
    72 radio buttons intro7:36
    73Radiobutton example7:41
    74 Radio button interaction7:54
    75 Radio button example4:16
    76Indicatoron radiobutton2:52
    77 Check button5:09
    78 Check button values7:01
    79checkbutton on menu list4:15
    80 Entry class6:23
    81 insert and delete in Entry7:11
    82 litres to gallons example9:26
    83 Litres gallons modifications3:26
  • Ruby Programming Language
    1 Introduction to ruby7:07
    2 ruby software install7:40
    3 First program4:18
    4 Basic numbers5:59
    5 Commenting3:51
    6 variables4:49
    7 text editor and file6:56
    8 User input7:10
    9 If statement5:23
    10 if else statements6:54
    11 Program to find odd or even4:40
    12 vowel or consonant4:28
    13Finding greatest number5:25
    14 Operators in ruby8:17
    15 While Loop4:50
    16 Until Loop4:52
    17 For Loops4:26
    18 Program to find factorial of any number8:46
    19 Program to print multiplication table2:56
    20 Multi multiplication table4:09
    21 Exponent value2:50
    22 Break Statement4:32
    23 Next statement2:20
    24 redo4:01
    25 .times1:22
    26 Password example6:53
    27 chomp1:51
    28 print vs puts4:24
    29 Interpolation5:01
    30 Arrays5:36
    31 Push and Pop in arrays3:58
    32 loop in arrays2:19
    33 Adding arrays3:41
    34 Hashes3:25
    35 Hashes methods2:21
    36 Methods Introduction4:56
    37 Methods example3:54
    38 add and sub example8:56
    39 methods with arguements2:10
    40 list as arguement5:35
    41 user entered array5:37
    42 OOPs Introduction6:38
    43 Class and Object3:00
    44 Class and objects example4:14
    45 Accessing attributes8:12
    46 Constructor method5:21
    47 attr_reader,writer,accessor7:22
    48 singleton3:19
    49 Inheritance5:21
    50 Method overriding2:49
    51 string method3:16
    52 Multiple Inheritance4:14
    53 Modules3:11
    54 Begin and end blocks3:32
    55 Class Variable4:37
    56 Class Variable example4:26
    57 Class method or self method2:49
    58 setter and getter methods6:45
    59 Global Variable1:59
    60 Constants2:45
    61 Object Freeze3:08
    62 require statement to load files2:58
    63 Ranges5:52
    64 Blocks3:03
    65 Blocks example4:20
    66 Blocks with arguement1:57
    67 Blocks Example3:56
    68 Blocks with reference3:16
    69 Procs1:53
    70 Proc Example2:58
    71 Lambda1:30
    72.Proc.new and implicit method4:25
    73 Example6:21
    74 Difference between proc and lambda7:12
    75 last diff between lambda and proc2:41
    76 proc and arity method2:59
    77 Example5:37
    78 Time Class3:34
    79 conclusion2:00

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