This page contains a list of links to sites with content related to this course.
C/C++ Reference: Nice collection of information.
C++ Library Reference: Another collection of information.
C++ Shell: A quick way to test code on computers without a compiler. Make sure to set the standard to C++11 and enable all the warnings.
CodeChef IDE: Another quick way to test code on computers without a compiler. Select the C++ (GCC) compiler. You will still need to verify your code on another platform with all warnings enabled.
Cygwin: A Linux-like environment for Windows, which allows you to run GCC compilers.
GCC home page: GCC is the GNU Compiler Collection, of which we use the C++ compiler for this course. Here are some useful GCC links:
The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure homepage, of which we use the clang C++ compiler on the Mac for this course. Here are some useful clang links:
UNIX Tutorial for Beginners: Learn how to use UNIX and Linux in 8 easy lessons.
The One Page Linux Manual: All you need in one page.
TIOBE Programming Community Index: track the most used programming languages
FOLDOC: A good starting place for looking up computing terms.
Wikipedia: Encyclopedic explanations of many technical terms.
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