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A Brief Look at C++ - Part 1

A Brief Look at C++Brief Part 1:
First off this is not a guide for complete beginners, this brief is for those who have done programming before and want to adapt to using C++ or renew their understanding.

With C++, Compilers are more important than with C# and Java, this is due to C++ having a couple different standards. In this brief and any following briefs, the standard which will be used is the ANSI C++ standard which will work with any ANSI-Compliant C++ compilers for Windows, Mac, UNIX, Linux and so on.

If you have worked with C++ before you’ll note that the use of library "includes" change from the pre-ANSI standard which requires the developer to place a .h (“header” file extension) to the name of the included library. 

However, be aware that not all compilers are consistent in their support for #includes that omit the file extension “.h” if you run into error messages you may need to add the extension.

Pre-ANSI Style: #include <iostream.h>
ANSI Style: #include <…

Blogger Now Supports HTTPS With Custom Domains

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HTTPS With Custom Blogger.com DomainIt is official. Blogger now allows users to serve content over HTTPS even with a custom domain. If you're experienced with the advanced settings for Blogger, then you'll know how to flip the switch to enable HTTPS.



If you are not accustomed to the advanced settings with blogger and just use it to post then here's how you can turn on/off https for your blog.
Step 1: Log in to your blogger.com account and select the blog you wish to use.
Step 2: Head on down to the settings tab on the left-hand side of the screen.
Step 3: You'll now be taken to the Basic tab under settings. All you need to do now is change HTTPS Availability to Yes. Also If you Want Users to only use HTTPS then set the HTTPS Redirect to Yes, as well.
Step 4: Congratulations! You have successfully setup HTTPS for your blog. If you have any errors just refresh the page and they should disappear and HTTPS should still work, just add https:// to the beginning of your domain name i…