Useful Links

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 online with no registration required. Make sure to set the standard to C++14 and enable all the warnings. To save your work, copy and paste to a text file.

CodeChef IDE: Another quick way to test code online with no registration required. Select the C++14 (GCC) compiler. You will need to verify your code on another platform with all warnings enabled. Download code using the Download button.

C++ Formatter: A web site that formats your C++ code.

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:

Repl.it: Another easy way to compile and test code online. Verify your code has no warnings by typing the compile command in the terminal window with all warnings. Either download your file as a zip, or copy and paste to a text file.

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

Glossaries

FOLDOC: A good starting place for looking up computing terms.

Wikipedia: Encyclopedic explanations of many technical terms.

Last Updated: August 18 2020 @03:02:23