C++ and Python are two of the most commonly used programming languages within the developer community. While each of these languages has its own devout community trying to convince you that one is better than the other, you might be surprised to find out that there is a lot of commonality between the two headline languages.
In this article, I’ll break down and explain the details of what happens when you compile a C++ program using the GNU Compiler Chain (more commonly known as gcc), then switch over to Python and look at what happens when the Python interpreter is…
As a student, Wikipedia happens to be one of the most underrated freely available tools. It’s often the top result for any Google search query, and for good reason: it provides a convenient, concise summary of a selected topic as well as a comprehensive analysis. Coincidentally, the page always includes an excessive number of links, linking to any pages or concepts mentioned (not even necessarily relevant). As a result, there are numerous interesting games that can be played, but the one that fascinated me is what is known as the Wiki Game.
The Wiki Game
Computer Science student at The University Of Tennessee Knoxville who has an ambition to work on obscure and esoteric projects.