# How to create a maze: part 2 of 2

admin on September 30th, 2010

Creating a random maze, creating a game and creating a program that solves that maze.

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## How to create a maze: part 1 of 2

admin on September 30th, 2010

Creating a random maze, creating a game and creating a program that solves that maze.

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## Efficient Sorting Methods

admin on September 29th, 2010

The basic sorting methods. Examples of their realization

## Encryption: part 2 of 2

admin on September 28th, 2010

In addition to the previous article in this post you can find more encryption information. The following post explains the ideas behind most of the popular encryption methods. It also gives a brief history of encryption, and you can read about the RSA encryption explanation.

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## Encryption: part 1 of 2

admin on September 28th, 2010

In addition to the previous article in this post you can find more encryption information. The following post explains the ideas behind most of the popular encryption methods. It also gives a brief history of encryption, and you can read about the RSA encryption explanation.

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## Advance Bit Manipulation

admin on September 21st, 2010

C includes operators to manipulate memory at the bit level. This is useful for writing low level hardware or operating system code where the ordinary abstractions of numbers, characters, pointers, etc… are insufficient - an increasingly rare need. Bit manipulation code tends to be less “portable”.

## Drawing primitives tutorial (lines, circles, ellipses, spirals…)

admin on September 21st, 2010

There are many methods to draw the simple objects (like lines, circles, ellipses) and they all seem exaggerated. How much can you optimize this simple piece of code??

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## Struct, Union and Class

admin on September 19th, 2010

Data-encapsulation is key to the functionality of many high level or later generation programming languages such as C++ and Java. It is simply a means of creating “containers” called objects, and holding multiple variables of varying data types called member variables inside of those containers. C++ offers three methods of data-encapsulation; struct, union and class. This is where C++ become object oriented.

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## Object-Oriented Programming

admin on September 17th, 2010

Object oriented programming (OOP) have taken the best ideas of structured programming and combined them with several powerful new concept that encourage you the approach the task of programming in a new way.